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The 1970 Green Years 



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SENIOR CLASS PUBLICATION • WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL • WESTWOOD. MASSACHUSETTS 







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CONTENTS 




Faculty 


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Seniors 


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Underclasses . . . 


. .76 


Activities 


. .86 


Sports . 1 . . . . . 


.108 


Advertisers . . . . 


.120 






KATHYEKLUND .... co-editor 

JANELWOING co-editor 

CHARLES W. FLAHIVE . . advisor 



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The force thai through the green fuse 

drives the flower 
Drives my green age. 




The memory 
be green . . . 



Learn of the green world what can be thy 

place 
In scaled invention or true artistry. 




A white plume and a green lance 
And a jubilant dream. 



The youth in life's green spring 




Strong silent greens serenely 
lingering. 





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A green thought in a green shade. 








Gray are all theories. 

And green alone Life's golden tree. 




Lavender blue, dilly, dilly 
Lavender green; 
When I am king, dilly, dilly 
You shall be queen. 



Dedication 



A rcrtain rare dedication is necessary to mold a 
hijih -rhool into a pattern ol" excellence. But mere 
dedication is not enoujih. It mu>t he tempered 
N>itli administrative talent, flexibility, understand- 
inji. and patience. An\ ol" these (jualities is enough 
to instill re>pect in others. W hen combined in a 
single person, the\ create a character remarkable 
in its scope. 





W e. the Class of 1970. and the past twenty 
graduating classes recognize that we are fortunate 
to have in our midst a person who possesses all of 
these qualities. 

As a token of our appreciation and great respect, 
we have chosen to dedicate the 1970 Green Years to 
our principal. Mr. Isaiah Chase. 




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To the Class of 1970: 

Yours is the challenge. There is so much to be done in so many fields — 
conservation, education, all the professions, public service — to name but a 
few. In your diversified interests there is much to choose for the good of all. 
Seize upon your choice and carry it through to the best of your ability. That 
is the best road to the happiness we wish for you all. 




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FACULTY 
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Fac ul-ty (faR ul - ty), n.; pi. FACULTIES 9 -tiz). 
(F. faculte^ L. facultas, fr. facilis easy (cf. facul eas- 
ily) fr. facere to make. See FACT, and cf. FACIL- 
ITY) 1. Abil- 

5. Educ. a. one of the departments of learning, as 
mathematics, science, or history, in a school, b. the 
teaching body, any of these departments, c. the en- 
tire teaching and administration force of a university, 
college, school. 




Directing a multi-faceted program adapted to the 

needs of the individual student 



ADMINISTRATION 

Mways the scene of actiNit>. the office is 
\% here Mr. (.hase aiul Mr. Kociiia direct and 
coordinate all the functions of the educational 
plant ratifjirifi from a(linini>trali\e tasks to 
dixipline. The) are aided b\ the three secre- 
taries. Mrs. Hancox. Mrs. \ an Dusen and Mrs. 
U ay, who perform the complex chores of man- 
apinp xhool re{()rd> and handling; transcripts. 
The office i> the vital and efficient nucleus of 
^estwood High School. 





Dr. John lohiii. Siipcriiilcniii'iil of School 



Mr. Kaiah (lha>c. I'rincipal 




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Mr. Duaiic Kociiia. \.s>istanl I'riniipal 



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Mrs. Celia Viall, Director of Guidance 



Insuring personal and 
immediate counseling for 
all students. 

GUIDANCE 

Through the diligence of the Guidance Depart- 
ment, Westwood High graduates usually secure 
their future goals. Expert advice on selection of 
courses, careers, and colleges is only one of the de- 
partment's functions. Struggling through tran- 
script worries, the guidance counselors are still 
able to initiate college and career conferences. 
Modern equipment such as the View Deck machine 
aids seniors in planning their future. 




Mr. Thomas Hughes 



Miss Shirley Vertullo 



HEALTH SERVICES 




Additions to the curriculum broaden students' 



ENGLISH 

loila\ one ran not tull> estiniale the \alue 
of English, (bourses as di>ergent as business 
enplish and ad\ anted placement literature 
i;i\e a solid backjiround to e\er> student. 
Man) students are now taking ad\antape of 
three ne\s inno>ations in the department: 
Creative Vi ritinji. Journalism, and Theater 
Arts. I'he Harlequin, the schoors literary 
magazine, is sponsored by the English 
teachers. Students may attend a series of 
pla>s at Boston's Charles Playhouse if they 
so desire, and groups often attend widely 
acclaimed movies at student rates. 




Mr>. Agnes Anderson 



Mr. Donald Beurman 



Miss H. Joan Dillon 



Miss Krances Burns. Department Head 



Miss Patrieia Douglas 



Mr. George Hani 




Mrs. Mildred Sluder 



Mrs. Elizabeth Wentzell 



Miss Susan Wood 



Miss Rose-Miriam Vanderhoek Mrs. Phyllis Newton 



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exposure to different means of communication 




Irs. Evelvn Malm 




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Business skills prove invaluable 



BUSINESS 

Not oiilv >!iult'iil> headed lor business careers, but also 
roll«'»it'-lK)im(l -tii(l<'rit-> bcnrlit from the courses }ii\en b\ 
the IUi>ine» Department. Modern eijuipment arul eapabh' 
instruetioii aid students in sueli courses as bookkeepinji. 
txpinji. notehand. and shorthand. \ \aluabh' asset to those 
uho plan l)u^ine*> careers is the practice and instruction 
lound in the ollice practice course. The de|)artment also 
sponsors the Business Club. 



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\li. \ll).rl \olaii 



Mr. <!harl<'> h lahi\c 



Mr.-. C.aroUii |{rr};<Mi 




Mr-. Marion llfaK. Dcpartinciil Head 



DRIVER 
ED. 

Driver Education, under Mr. 
Mr. Lyman's competent super- 
vision, has again met the demands 
of many upperclassmen by pro- 
viding them with a class in the 
fundamental techniques of good 
dri\ing. In accordance with Mass- 
achusetts laws, thirty hours of 
class instruction, six hours of ob- 
servation, and six hours of driving 
are presented. Mr. Lyman makes 
good use of audio-visual aids to 
emphasize defensive driving, and 
class discussion is informative. 



Mr I lidina- l,\ man 



Viewing the world 
of today through 
the past 




Mr. Peter Case 



Miss Priscilla Congdon 



Mr. Philip Flaherty 



Mr. .loseph McCoy 



Mr. George Parker 



Mr. Thomas Reis 



SOC. STUDIES 

Recent international conflicts 
have promoted an overwhelming 
interest in comparative history. 
The Social Studies Department 
provides courses in Civics, World 
History, M.E.H., Economics, 
Area Studies, Psychology, P.O.D., 
and advanced placement courses 
in U.S. History and Western 
Civilization. This year a sopho- 
more pilot course in Western and 
Non-Western Civilization was 
initiated. The department has con- 
tinually proven its excellence by 
the phenomenal number of quali- 
fying marks on advanced place- 
ment exams. The World Affairs 
Club is under the auspices of 
this department. 




Mrs. Freclerica Richardson 



Mr. Richard Stack 



Mr. ^ illiani Davis 
Department Head 



Stiniulatinjr; curiosity in 
the computer age 

MATHEMATICS 

The g^routh ol technologN has tMnphasized all 
types of mathematics. An extensive variety of 
course> ranjiinfi from basic aljiebra to a(l\anced 
placement calculus constitute the Math Uepart- 
tnents curriculum. Long known for its excellence, 
the department has been instrumental in obtaining 
a computer for VI estwood High. A course in com- 
puter M-ience and controlled experiments in com- 
puter-aided learning are conducted. Ihe math team 
and biennial Math Olympiads are directed by this 
department. 




Mr. Jame> I'emler. Di'partini-iil Mead 




Mr. Kdward Baker 



\li)i»i Judith Bolles 



Mr. Richard Harfjreaves 



Mr. Harxcv Fischler 




Mr. Ka\mond kodzis 



Mr. Lawrence \ allancourt 



Mr. David Walsh 



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Examining the new 
Applying the old 



Mr. Christos Sarris, Department Head 

SCIENCE 

The ever-changing Space Age has opened new 
vistas of science. The traditional courses in General 
Science, Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, 
Physics, and Earth Science are all offered at West- 
wood High. Oceanography was added to this year's 
curriculum and immediately proved itself a popu- 
lar innovation. Laboratory periods provide students 
with the opportunity to put classroom theories into 
practice. 




Mrs. Maxine Brodrick 



Mr. Raymond Keegan 



Mr. Edward Marx 



Mrs. Dorothy Saltmarsh 




Mr. timer Snell 



Eliminating the barrier between 
different cultures 
LANGUAGE 

Due to expedient) in tra\el. the present world seems to be 
shrinkin<:;: the stiid\ ol a second lan«iuaf;e is beeoniinfi a necessity. 
(.our>e> in French. Spanish, and Latin are made a>ailabU> b\ the 
Foreign l.anguafje Department. The program emphasizes all the 
techiiiipio needed for f luenc) in a new language — speaking, read- 
ing, writing, and listening. I'he stud\ ol culture also plays a domi- 
nant role. Classes often make use of the language lab. an excellent 
facility for improving oral communication. Under the depart- 
ment"> guidance are trips to Europe and the acti\e French Club. 



Mr> Mollis Perrv 



Mr. Kobrri Hurke 




Mrs. Elaine Kaloii. Dcparlinciil Head 



Mr-, \mii- Marie Cean 



Mis" Barbara lleiiiiriin^> 



Mr- Ruth \er\ 



Miss Claire Strarhan 




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Expert training in specialized skills 




HOME ECONOMICS 

The Home Economics Department includes 
many courses designed to give the student practical 
knowledge which will be applicable now and in the 
future as homemakers. Enjoyment and learning 
figures high in courses such as sewing, cooking, and 
family relations. A Future Homemakers Club is 
one of the Home Economics Department's contri- 
butions to extracurricular activities. 




Miss Marguerite Knighl. DeparlmenI Head 



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Mrs. \ irginia Burke 




INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

Vocational and college preparatory students are 
given training in such areas as woodworking, metal- 
working, electronics, mechanical drawing, and de- 
scriptive geometry by the Industrial Arts Depart- 
ment. This training proves valuable in the future 
as well as often being a very recreational course. 




Mr. Joseph C!hieetli. [)epartmenl Head 



Mr. Lawreiire Kettman 



Mr. 'rhoma> IVeUoii 



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Stressing proficiency in team and individual sports 



PHYSICAL KDL CATION 



Opportututit's for eatli >tii(it'nt to itnpro\e his plnsical fitness 
ami participate in iiuiixidnal and team sports are pro\ ided 1>\ the 
Phxsieal Kdueation Department. Vmonji th<' a('ti\ities offered in 
ela>s are: fo(itl)all. softhall. haskethall. track, tennis. <i)mnasties. 
\olie\ball. field hoekeN. archers, and dance. In addition, main 
evtraeurricular teams, intramurals. freshman, \arsit\. and J.V., 
are offered. 






Mi«« ( liri>liii<- Kiizzi 



\lr«. .Iraiu-llc l.igor 



Mr. I'aiil liixlli 



Mr. (fcoriii' HadiT. I)irc(li>r ol \llilcli<> 



Facilities for reference work and pleasure reading 
LIBRARY 



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The Vt est wood High School library extends many 
pursuits to students. An extensive collection of art 
and cinema books are among the library's many 
resources. \n animal paperback book fair is the 
librarss contribution to a student's summer read- 
ing. I nder library direction are the Library Club, 
the Film Club, and the Science Fiction Book Club. 




Mr- l{.rlill.- Shrffirl.l. I itirariaii 



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Providing instruction in Vocal and Instrumental 

Techniques 




Mr. John Markarian. Dirprlor of Music 



Mr. Frederick Well.'sman. Director of Art 




MUSIC 

The combined efforts of Mr. Markarian and Mr. 
Monaghan have promoted the excellence of West- 
wood's musical organizations. Orchestra, Marching 
and Concert Bands, Dance Band, Glee Clubs, 
Chorus, Folk Club, and Double Quartet give in- 
terested students the outlet to vein their ability. 
The Music Department also directs courses in music 
analysis. Exchange concerts are often held, and 
Westwood High's Choral Concerts are well-known. 
Annually some of the talented musicians are able 
to participate in the District concerts. 




Mr. Paul Monaghan 



Mi>s Frances Trisorio 



A Focus on Creative Endeavor 

ART 

The Art Department provides students the 
chance to express creativity while studying artistic 
discipline. Courses are offered both as a major and 
a minor subject. These courses are enjoyed im- 
mensely, and yearly several talented students 
profit from Mr. Wellsman's instruction for careers 
in art. Students' works are often displayed through- 
out the school. Techniques range from pottery to 
still life. 

Miss Pamela Dennis 





SENIORS 
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SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 
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SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 




Senior (sen' yer; 277), a. (L. senior, compar. of 
sennex, gen. senis, old. See SIR.) 



4. One in the fourth or final year of his course at an 
American college, university, or school; — original- 
ly called senior sophister; a member of the graduat- 
ing class. 




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Michael McGovern 
H) IlilM.M Koad 

■■\ irli>ry follovts me. and all things follow 
victory." 

Mike or "iioi" . - . a great potilicutn and iportsman - . . at- 
icovs taughiixg at hu oxen /okei . . . found at practice and 
dances . . "U dl >ou vote for mey" . . . likes girts . . . future 
president, no doubt'!!.'! 

Band 1.3.4; Chorus I. 2.3. 4; (,lrr Club 1.2.3, 4: Douhir 
Quarlrl 3. I; Cla»» Prrsidrnl 1, L>, 3. \: Sludrnl ( ouniil 1. 
2. 3. 4. National Honor SmirH 3. 1; l(a>rl>all 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Foolball 1. 2. 3. I. W inlrr Irark 2; Siipncf Kair Conimilirr 
2: Ba>krlball 1. 2. 3. I. Prom Conimilirr 3; Kilm Club 4. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Sandra Costello 
lU) l)i>Ncr Koatl 

"You give little when you give of your 
possessions. It is when you give of your- 
self that you truly give." 

Sandi . . . our friendly IP... attcays gelling involved 
"Out o' sight!" . . . where the action is . . . prefers old 
classic cars . . . led Zeppelin . . . dislikes snobs . . . college 
and travel. 

CUm V icr-Prnidrnt 4; Prp Club 1. 2. 3; Prom Commilirr 
3; ^rar Hook Staff 4; l.ibrar> Club 1 



.Ann Jacobs 

27 Mian Koail 

■■(^harni wings the sight, anti iiicril 
the soul." 

(«,!> .A,.,.r> firl uilh hi/ hroua .■»•■» lalki. 

hoskilhtitl ton . . . a fanlasnc seamslres\ . vn/nw 
port II ^lnl^ lit teach elementary school. 

( li<iru> 3. I: 1 ibrarian 3. 4: (.Irr Club 1. 2. 3. 
Sirrrlarv 2. 3. 1; National Honor Sorirl\ 3. 4: !■ N 
l.irl'. Softball I. 2; Kirlil llorkrt 2; Prp Club I: 
li-iiijcr 3, 1; Prom (.ominittrr 3; Yearbook Staff 1 



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SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS 



Krudford Kushlon 

'' IlilK ir« I (Trace 

''To attain . . . the unattainable.'''' 

lumpli- . . class treiisurcr humnroii'. ri'tnorks . . . 

uhirc did he itrl that blue knit haiy . . . ■■\iri-" . found 
III t-rcnrb ^Irrrl . . . rnjoys the Harrocudn . . iti\tikr\ hnnfi 
alone! ?! ... plans to /jo on to college. 

( horu- 1.2. I; (.Irr Club 1. 2. 4; Cla» I na-iinr t. I oii- 

M-rtalloM ( lub I. 2. 3. t; Pr|i Club t; I'miii < uiiiniil 3; 

Ho%.'lloiki'v 2.3. I; >|>rint! Ir.!. k I 




Left to right: Mr. Snell. Mr. Reis. Miss Belles. Mrs. Hcaly. Mr. Flahcrlv. Mr. Beurman. Missing 
from pholn: Mr. Flahi\e. 

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Linda Albers 

58 L>on>l)ri\e 

"Grace is to the body what judgement is 
to the mind." 

Lin . . . very soft-spukt'n . . . "I dunnu'." . . . found unyplavf 
ubtTf Everybody is . . . at all aports activitifs . . . waitress- 
in^ at the Pewter Pot . . . uith Janice . . . prefers to sleep 
late . . . loathes math . . . college. 

I'ep (lub I. :i; Prom Commillee 3; Yearbook Staff t: l,i- 
brarv C:lub :): Freeh Club i: KT, \. ^ 



Jonathan Allan 

814 Ga\ Street 

"A source of innocent merriment." 

Jon . . . "Slick" . . . conservative but very well dressed . . . 
involved tn matts sports . . . looks great icith long blond 
hair . . . found on the ice . . . "Come off it!" . . . likes hockey 
. . . music enthusiast . . . college bound. 



Band I. 2. :i. 4; K..olbi 
Cross (!oiinlr\ I 



1: Tenni^ 3. 4; llmke 



3, 4: 



Ronald Allen 

53 lligh\ iew Street 

"Joking and humor are pleasant, and of 
extreme utility." 

Honny . . . uhal a weird .sense of humor!!.' . . . "lley. 
babe!" . . . seen anywhere . . . tikes cars and girls . . . dis- 
likes school and dudes , , . looking for the right school. 




Katherine Amberson 

79 Woodridge Road 

The mind is ever the ruler of the uni- 



Kathy ... 4. F. S. Student of the Hague . . . inleltigent and 
philosophical . . . excellent tennis player . . . infectious 
grin . . . "You're kidding me!" . . . found fetching tennis 
balls and summers at the Cape . . . bridge enthusiast ... re- 
fuses to enter candy store anymore . . . a future Smithie . . . 
bio-chemist. 

National Honor Society 3; World \ffairs Club 3; Vlalh 
Team 2. 3: Harlequin 3; Girls' Tennis 1. 2. 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Science Fair Committee 2, 3. 



1970 



James Antonelli 

7.'5 Locust Dri\e 

"A pure and strong will is all powerful." 

Jimnn . . a noted member of the football and hasehall 
teams . . . a friendly smile . . . "l,a-de-dii-dah" . . . see/i in 
phone booths alt over If estwood . . . flirting with the girls 
. . . enjoys jam sessions . . . long-distance phorw calls . . . 
dislikes insincerity . . . college. 

Baseball I. 2. 3. 4; lootball I. 2. 3, 4; Winter I rack 4. 

.Spring Track 4; ^^ restlinp. 

Transfer from Quanlico High School, 1968. 



Linda Arnold 

161 U illardClirele 

"Nothing endures but personal qual- 
ities." 

Benni . . . exceptional musical ability . . . long blonde hair 
. . . talkative . . . untiiue tough . . . "I'm so ttred!" . . . .seen 
at the Plaza . . . dislikes Phy.tics labs . . . headed for college. 

Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 2. 4: dec Club 1.2. 1; \ccc.m- 
panist 1. 2; National Honor SocieI\ 3. 1: Harlequin 2. 3: 
Prom Committee 3; Drama I'eslival 2: Drama W ork-hop 3, 



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I.iiidu \rri^o 

_' I ll.i«l\lri'c l)ri\r 

■■Out- jo> ili>prl<> u huntirfd i-arfs." 

/ in <-ontlanlh laking ftutum . . iwi t-r misift a fri^ 

Hhfn drninf ■ ■ ")uu'rf kulttin' mt-'" . ut lA-*hmfr*''i 
tn canlun . . . hkrt maustai ht* \ti Ititntilit's ham- 

huriter% . . an lu cultrf*-. 

Sollball 2. 3. I. Pruni Cainnillirt' t. Wjirl>»ul> >la(l: 
Srnior Vin^i Hu»iii^»» ( lub 3. I. 



(.illxTl Bach 

857 (,.i\ Mri-i-t 

"Helping is (he iiiiist briiuliful at-tion 
knuHn to man." 



aUta\i f^rts (lul at llf hi ^Huallafl^ 



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faunil urilh Ja 



fllinf up dance. 



dtitth*-* sAfinnt Irft . . . taktnit janilor tenons from 
\ . . . iitttefi- hiiuntt. 



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Jodi-lle Ka<ig<'r 

I J.')! Ill»li Sir.-.l 

"A >weel disposition speaks for itself 

Jody . . . hraultfut bland hair . . . uilly n-ntarky al the 
lime . . . atttayy taattnfi around . . . avid fan al the tit 



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. found al Hu 



ihr ht-ath durtnfi a rain norm . . . college. 

Drill l.'ain \. ViM llo.k.-% 1. I',|. (lull 1. 2. V. I 
( iinilill i; ^larlinuk -{jfl I. h ilin ( lull t. K 1 1 \ J 






(Christopher Bain 

68 h'Ulicr Stri'cl 

"For he thai is once good, is ever great." 

i'ltrii . . . abitity to pan urithoul fludytnf . . . ihal cerlain 
casual air . . . "'I'aki' II rai\ " - . . on ihi- road lo tlotltslon 
. . . likes loforftel school lunches atut Itgehra It . . a \ats 
career after colti-fe. 

tiMilliall I: I'niin (iHiiiMillt-r :i. 



Barry Bamberg 

ID.) Phillips hrooks Koad 

"Man should live by his own principles 
and never someone else's." 

Ilamliam . feis parlies goinf . SIIKKI.OO (tub . . al- 
u-ovs oul lo tunch . . . "Such is life!" . . , m the imisy green 
bomber . . . avoids guard posts and stone units . . . college 
ahead. 

Foolliall .i: Pruiii (^oinmilIi*r '.i. 



Paul Begley 

57 I i'ond SirccI 

"Nothing can come out of the artist thai is 
not in the man." 

Hegs . . . artistic icork . . . "rileep meep" . . gelling mio a 
hassle . . . a hockey star . . . tikes a combination of girls and 
cars - . . dislikes poepte tcho run red tights . . . off lo art 
school 



HaM'l.all I. I'l 
(.ounlr% 2. 



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Joseph Bellany 

32 Church Street 

"Look into a man's eyes, and you will 
know how much he has lived." 

Joe . . . very sincere in his tncn quiet manner . . . /< 
swinging his hair out of his eyes . . . "How ya doin'y" . . . 
driving around town . . . shuns work!'. ... a music lover . . . 
likes good things . . . artist . . . future in the Merchant 
Marine. 

Chorus 1, 2: Manager of Hockey 4; Pep Club :i. 1; Prom 
Committee 3; Cross Country 3. 4; Spring Trai-li 1. 



Kathleen Bergen 

133 Pond Plain Road 

"Variety is the soul of pleasure" 

Kathy . . . basketball . . . talks a lot . . . "If hat're \a going 
to do tonight}'" . . . Bergson's . . . riding around . . . Room 'i 
teacher's pet . . . tries to avoid drill team practices . . . plans 
to he an elementary teacher. 

Chorus 1. 3, 4; Drill Team I: Softball 2. 3. 1; ( (i-.aplain of 
,|.\. Basketball 3: Pep Club 1. 2. 3. t: Prom Committee 3; 
KrenchClub3;SkiClub4. 



Pennell Berkeley 

133 Burpe^s A\enue 

"Mischief sparkles in her eyes, and her 
laughter never dies." 

fennie ... a red head with a temper!'/: . . found in 
Revere . . . riding with Bonnie . . . likes root beer . . . horses 
, , . dislikes snobs . . . plans to continue education m 
Europe. 

Yearbook Staff I: Bu-iness (lub 1. 




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1970 



Donna Bettencourt 

1(X) Lorraine Road 

"As she laughed I was aware of becoming 
involved in her laughter and becoming a 
part of it." 

Don . . . continually breaking lockers . . . faithful mi-mher 
of the (.irls (ilee Club . . . forgets El ER"! IIIIM,! . . . 
"Cut it out" . . , driving in the (jreen Hornet . . . tikes Mc- 
Donald "fishes "... avoids two-faced people . . . college. 

( horus I. 2. 3: Senior Pla>; KN \ 4; Pep Club 1.2. I: Prom 
(Committee 3; l,ibrar\ Club t; Kilm Club 2. 



Nancy Bishop 

137 Cedar Lane 

"Nothing but heaven itself is better than a 
friend who is really a friend." 

Bish . . . very sensitive . . . "I've got the car" . . . fourul at 
liergsons' . . . weekends and red cars . . . dislikes Eords . . . 
plans to become a physical therapist. 

Chorus 1. 3. 4; (,irls" Softball 4; Pep Club 2. 3. t; Prom 
Committee 3; Yearbook Staff I. 



Joseph Blum 

616 Hartford Street 

"He searches for truth by which man 
never yet was harmed." 



. . conseriativeh hut well dressed ...".., 
i to eat anything, but especially Italian food . 



Jo 

loi 

jokes ...an avid Bruins' fan . . would prefei 

smoking rules . . . hot rod books and music 

nomics classes . . . Eords . . . college. 



lore lenient 
great eco- 



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Miiril> n Ko^ue 

.'(M.lni Ko.1.1 

"Silfiici- i- iiiorf niii^icul ihaii any song." 

\lai . always falltnfi astfvp in ichmit . . . makinf funn^ 
lacri . . tan'i cracki'r% I'spcfia//^ in ichiHjl - . . a Hintunutn 
al hfart . . ■ liatikfi inxinrcrirt - . . plom to f!» tnrtjllfff. 

Camrrii Club I; Kolk ( lub I. I. Marlri|ulii I: Prp (lull J. 
.(; I'rom ( niiiinillri- I. Kulurr Nur.i-. 2. Kulurr Ira. Iirr. I; 
llriirr Kil .1 



Stephen Borf; 
'.VI (.rfcnacrr Kii.id 

"He is always laughing, lor he ha> an in- 
finile deal of nil." 

Ii<trg\ gitmt trtunlmnr ftla\i-r - . . iin tiff-tivnl m-iim' tif 

humor . . . "t.tjol il'" . . . <t mint mntln'molumn . . . "K I'l-fi il 
in sour inrakvr. "... found in ihr hiispitat . . . in ihr muiir 
riHim . . . Al* ttrtunn n'scmliti-s hn-ritf!l\phlr\ . . . of/ to 
roll.,.- 

Buml I. ■>. t. I; Or.hi-lru 2. !. 1. Dan..- Haii.l 2. :i. I; 
Compulrr (lull J; l)i<lrirl Hailil 2. I)i>lrirl On lii-Ira It: 
(ircatrr Ito^luniaii* 2. il. 



I'eler Boris 

nil Ma»ii<ilia l)ri\e 

••.\ lender heart, a will inflexihle." 

P.'ti' . . . II fiittid stnitinii iwiri* . . . knoun f.tr btlinfi . . . "fast 
ttilktnit. iltni mtninn, ntnut lo.tking. "... fount! uith Jimmy 
... (1 rrui' footlntll fan . . ilt\ltk.-\ /ii'o/ttf utio ilim'l likf 
foothtitl. 

( I'rankfrr from Kall» I IIibIi Si liiiiil. Siolih I'laiii.. Niw 

JrrM-> I'lM): Koolliall I. 2. •(. I: S|irinp Iraik :i; * rl■^- 
llini! 1.2. 



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Dana Bothuick 

2') W i-iilworlli Slrccl 

"An easy-minded soul and always was." 

Dana . . . pla\in% taps at football itam.'n . . . "I lualtt [usi 
scri-am" . . . found drivtnn ariiuml iciltt Dan- . . . uh\ ttin'\ 
hi' tiki' uiirfii'd /n/ol tabt.-s!?! . . . could do urithoul ttiirhrn 
III - . hilt inft till' ftanft ovi-r his housi' ... a rar.'i'r tn land 
Mfipin, and archlt.'Clurr. 



(.horu> I. 2. X i: (;lrr Club :). I: CnnNirt.ilio 
Prom Commiller ^; St-irni-e Fair Commillrr it. 



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Janelle Brake 

87 W illo» Street 

"True happiness consists in aetivily." 

Jan . - atuass fimlinf around . . . "Oh uoti '" . . . found in 
U at/jolf . Irlo (.uthrii's hat . . hatrs goinf out for gym 
on rotd days . . . likrs travfling. 

Cla» \ii'>-Pre>iilrn( 2: Sluilinl Couiiril I. '1: Kiilil llnk.'> 
2. :t; IVpClub I: Cheerliailf r I. 
Iran.l.r Iriiin W al|ii>lr llil-li I'f6». 



Pamela Brill 

282 Hartford Street 

"Pleasure is not but virtue's gayer name." 

/*ani . . . in sifp uith ihi' color guard . . - atuays ready for 
a good timi' . . . "Oh leinc'" . . . found drning around town 
. . . liki's thv Cape . . . distik.'s hanging around . plans to 
attrnd cott.-g.'. 

Clioru. I. 2. 3. I: (.Ire (lub. I. 2. .). »; Drill I ram ^. 
Nalional lloncir Soiiel\ .1. 1; Kuluri- Nursi*. 1.2; Pep (Jub 
I. i. I: I'riim t ommiurr ■); Warbaok Slaff \. Krenrh Club 
2:( ular(.uaril I 



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Martha Brink 


Daniel Brown 


:?12 Higili Sln-et 


222 llifili Sir.Tl 


"She moves like a goddess and she looks 


"The will lo accomplish, the mind lo 


like a queen." 


understand." 


Mnrlh . . 11 superb vmc- . . . "Oh no!" . . . found in the 


«r«ii nie . . . athletic ability . . . sheds blonde hair off brou n 


Hf'naull . . . likes basketball practice . . . dislikes big creaky 


head . . . "Holy Rippies" . . . in the bun . . . /lAis Saturdin 


houses . . . short skirls . . . plans to meet many people in her 


nijihts . . . dislikes smoky busses . . . Mr. Flahern 's general 


tifeltme. 


statements . . . off to college. 



Band 1. 2. :i. I; Orch.-^lra [. 2. :t. ^: (horus 1.2. :i. 1; (,l.-e 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Ooubli- Quarlel 2. !). 4; Girls' Basketball 
1. 2. i. Co-Caplain .1; Ppp Club 1; Prom Commillee .i; 
I)is|ri< 1 Chorus .!. I. 



Sludenl C;oun(il 1. 2. 3. 4; \ i.c-Pn-suli-nl I. lias.-ball 1. 2. 
3. 4; Football 1. 2. 3. 1: Hasketball 1. 2. 3. t: I'rom i:(im- 
millee 4. 



Lawrence Brown 

8.) IMiillips hrook^ Koad 

"Conquer by means of virtue." 

Larry . . . icorkinf- (in lab reports all ueekenil . . . aluays 
"bumping" around . . . "(Ikas -ibat does it!" . . found 
near Thatcher Street . . . likes skiing and tennis . . . dnlike^ 
English . . . coltege-bound. 

Nalioual Honor Sorielv 3. 4: Hos- lennis 1. 2. 3. i. 
Captain 4; Yearbook Staff 4; W inter Iraik 3. 4; I'ep Club 

4. 




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Ann Buckley 

41 Marshall Strt-el 

"A quiet manner is a sure way to suc- 
cess." 

Iluck . . devoted member of < horus ami (,lee ( tub . 
"del lost!" . . . found at (, rant's . . . lores hamburgers . . 
summers at Halifax . . . ualer-skiing and sttimmtng enthu- 
siast . . . likes talking aloud in studs . . . a future in ele- 
mentary education. 

Chorus I. 2, 3. V. (,lee (lub 1. 2. 3. 1; Softball 3; I'ep ( lub 
2;KHA2:FT\3. 



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John Bulman 

43 t arroll Court 

"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays 
and confident tomorrows." 

Bully . . . detention . . . good record cidteelion . . Htnaca 
. . . "Oh. no!" . . . uhere Is he' . . usualh found in room 
.5. Lechmere's . . . likes Iceighl lifting . . . playing guitar . . . 
dislikes Algebra III . ... college. 



Chorus 4: lloeke% 2. 3: Ci 

Weight l,iftini!Cluh4. 



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3. 1; Iraik f; 



INora Burgess 
38 Fox Hill Street 

"Curiosity is one of the permanent and 
certain characteristics of a vigorous 
mind." 

.\ora . . . first in the class accepted lo college . . . \ogurt 
lunches . . . always ready to debate a point . . . "Oh. roine 
off it!" . . . staving over the stove . . . tikes exotic dishes and 
elegant clothes . . . foreign sports cars . . . Pembroke. 

Glee Club I. 2; National Honor Soeietv 3. 1; llarleciuin 1. 
2. 3. 4; French Club 2. 3; Spanish Club 1 



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Palrii-ia ( jilluhaii 
I J'' ( ulbuni Street 

"ThiiM- M h<i brin^ ^uiii-hiiie !<• the li>e> of 
ulher> tun luil keep it from lheni>eUe>." 

Pul u liciulrii candMlrtfter . - . uiiitju*- fatial rxpri't- 

iiuni . "iff \ou kiddtn/tf" . . . iern in \uruood 
rnfa\% fan diittkrt I IturulaM tn-<uminf u nufM\ 

fMinibl\ utih thf \ai « 

C hurui. I. I; \la|urrllr> I. i. S. I. t ulk ( Jub 1. I. t \ V I. 
J. :<. I. I'ruin < mnniilirr \. ^rarbouk Slaff t. I ibrar> ( lub 
I. 3; Ski Traui i. 



Jutiilh (!alo|:ero 

211' -^Ira^^er \\eiiue 

*'!\olhing |;reat v«ase\er uehie\e<l Milliout 
enthusiasm" 

Juit\ ti'r\ uulfoing - - - uilly i-xprfiuitm ... "If hal art- 

}uu tloin'y" . - . a cute looktnit no»e . . . likfs shu/ifiinfi 
dishkfi I iciout ualfr fitunlains . . . ptans to br u*■attb^. 

(!h(irux 1. Miina|!t*r of IVniiis 3: l*r|i (Jub i. 1; (*irl>' 
Tfiini- ;J; (ihrfrlrmlrr '.\. 4; Prom C.ommilirr 3. 

Iran.rrr from I MinfirUI Migli. IVfiT 





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Richard (Campbell 

27 Phillips Hrook> Koa<l 

"\lhlelirs his hobb\. pood nature his 
fiuid*'."" 

Hi . . fifonunvnt rnvmht-r «/ l/ic track and foulball ti'tims 
hrokt'fi hanrs. cunslanlty frvin^ to calch « foalhaH . . . 
%artiomr st-nsr of humor . . . in Hock's car . . . ttislikt-s 
Jaguar sedans . . . cottege. 

Koolhtill 3. 4: Prom Commillcr .{. VnnWr i rark I), t; 
Spriiip [rark 2. 3. 4; Che"* (lub -i. 








Lois Campenella 

lUiCreenfiill Road 

"Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm." 

(.amp - - full III ipiril . . . /atU up stain . . . fnthuiiastic 
It'adrr of Hfp Club . . . found up in a trrv . . . outdoors . . . 
likfs ilft. II . . . dislikes "plastic pi-upli-" . . . plans to major 
m Hhys f.d. 

Chorus I; Sodball 1. 1. 5. »: Haskriball I. 2. .1. \. KmIiI 
Horkr^ I. 2. 3. 4; Prp Club I. 2. 3. 4: Prom Commilirr 3; 
Film Club 2. 3. 1: Kll \ 2. 3. I. 



Stephen Carter 

160 Pond Plain Road 

"^ hatever is worth doing at all is worth 
doing well." 

sii'tf . . . constantly snapping picluri'S for the \forhiiok 
. . -a hutr . I.ichmtr.'s . EH . Itkis shorluoi,- 
anil fartb scwnci' courses . . . dtsltki's aclinft out pto\^ tn 
English . . . plans to he a history teacher. 

l-'aolball 1. 2. 3: Yearbook Pholographfr t; W eiphi I rain- 
ing I. 2: Camrra (*lub \. 



Marianne Casey 
8.) W oodland Road 

"A friend is a gift you give yourself." 

Mm Mni frundh and Karm to all i i.,/i/ii%/ loiind 

al Denmsfiurt . . . often found shakinf' utth taufihler . . 
Iike% people of all sorts . . . plans to fto to cotlef^e. 

Onheslra I. 2. 3. I; Chorus I. 3. t; Chorus Sec r<tar% I; 
Lire Club I. 2. 3. I: National Honor Sorlrit 3. I: Soflball 
I. 2. Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Cheerleader 3. 4; Prom Com 
millee 3. 



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Jill Cavanaugh 

156 Lakesliore Drive 

"Kindness is the golden chain by which 
society is bound together." 

Jill uilh h,r unulrnliral turn "a ,-'re fonna he 

law!" . . . rnjoy^ inoking . , , trnni^ unit haskfthall fnthu- 
siast . . . 11 tatf'fifril m trt'ss . . . thf ( apf . , . aluuya rushing 
around . . . nursing. 

Choru- I. 2. :i. I; Nalional Honor Soi ieH S. I; FN \ 2. :i. 4: 
Harlequin .'i. 4; I'roni (ionimillee 3; KT \ 2. 



Joan Cavanaugh 

156 Lake Shore Dri\e 

'^Dancing, the child of Music and Love." 

J,mn . - - reads smile . . . aluass ,i fnenilh "hello". . . "Oh. 
uou!" . . . likes iheater arts . . . could do uilhoul shorthand 
... a conscientious member of the Harlequin editorial stuff 
. . . after Chandler plans to be a secretary. 

Harlequin 3. 4; I'rom Commillie 3: Nahalaii Ne«- I. 2 




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Deborah Clark 

651 Clapboardtree Street 

'A friend like this is long sought and 



1970 





^eal Clay 

2 1 U insiow Road 

"It's a man's duty to live life to the 
fullest." 

chunks . . . able to play in the Thanksgiving game after he 
broke his leg . . . a shot-puller . . . shaking his leg . . . "<th. 
really':''/" . . . different accents . . . passing algebra tests . . . 
B.l'.s . . . dislikes bleached hair . . . getting shot doun . . . 
college. 

Chorus 3. k (,lee (luh 1: Ha.eball 3: Koolball I. 3. 4; Pep 
(lull t; Prom (oinmillee 3; Hoi ke% 2; Ski Club 1; VI inler 
Traek t; Sprinf I'raik 1.2. (. 



INina Cocomazzi 

25 Lorraine Road 

"Softly speak and sweetly smile." 

\inij . . . longhlond hmr . . . beautiful smile . . . "ies. Wrv 
Hradles " . . . found on (Ae Cape . . . likes animals . . dis 
tikes I olksuagens . . . college bound. 

Choru> I. 2. 3. 4: (,lee Club 2. 3. 1: Seienee Kiclion Hook 
Club 3. 4; K.\. \. 4: Computer Club 2: Pep Club I. 3. t: 
Prom Cotnmillee 3: Yearbook Staff: l.ibrarv Club I. 2. 3. 
t.KiltriClubS. 4:F.T. \ 3. 



Bruce Cole 

.■?;5 HillcrfM Place 

"Great men are true men. the men in 
whom nature has succeeded." 

Bruce . . . ifutet mti'lllgencc . . spreading grin . . . those 
French .1 classes . . . using big uords . . . found at U orld 
if fairs meetings . . . likes tennis and Juds i ollins . . . 
looking foricard to college. 

Chorus I. l;Con-er>alion(lub3. I: World \ffair. (lub 2.3. 
1 I enni- 3. I 



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Lindu ( olfiiiun 
l:{:t(.rrriui.r<' Ko.kI 

°°>^ ixiiiiii i> kntiMin^ what to do iif\l: 
\irlue i> doing il." 

( .W.'> huhhimt • >ilAij>iu>m an •■x,,lhnl i,mk 

ttitunh-1'rt fi'f fU'rMhinf' . . . ihiisf stuinin-r fHtrlti-\ . 
"\tartha'" . . uilh t.i-nka . . . tik*-* rnum <intt drumti 
can't \tanti ttivr . . . cnlti'fr bounti 

( horu. I. 2. I: I. let- Club I. 2. 1. I VX orlil Mfdir- ( lul> I. 
2. i. I. Knik ( lull 1. I: IUrlr.|uiii 1: Mgr ol hi.l.l ll<>.k.'> 
L>: Kirlil llokrv \: IV|> (lull .>. I'riiin ( oinmillri- .1: ^rdr- 
lH>..k -idff I. film I lull I: Knii. Il ( lull .>: N,Mili.|i ( lull I 



Nancy Coleman 

82\MI(I»<><mI Drixr 

"rhurm is a ^Iom wilhiii a woiiiaii thai 
<°a>t- a iiiosi bccoiiiiii^ li^lil <iii olhcrx." 



I Ihi- trai k . - . II nn\t\ hubtl itl 
th, slo/} il" . . . in hi'f ( aliuHt. 



Niirif I niiininn 

luMnt mnlh h„„k> 
^l^'^l^tn|l futmiikins . . - Itkfs ^(Mid lifuf's . . . itiitiki-!> runnt-il 
in /oris . - . f'(j//i'fti' htiuntt. 

( liiiru> :l: Drill li-am I: hirlil lluiki% I. _>. :i. IN p ( lull 
I. 2. t: l*roii) (.iiinmillri* It; N carliiiuk slulf. S|iaiii^h ( liili 
I: (.Irr Club I: « uriil \rfair. Club \. l.irU' lld.kilball I 



Rii-hard Cunforti 

K l.\<>il> l)ri\r 

"A fresh, a fret-, a friendly man." 

K„rk limllmll hlillh m)Si-> ... "1/ ,111111" . . Im,„il 

III rtntm tt . . . likfs i/rii iiiK a irrliitn li-inh'-r\ hit (/l'l^. 

"itlM-" ri'inttrkK . . miiktiiji t imi nt tttm^ in ilniii liih 'i 

pi'iml In'hmtl llir itir 

Ma>, li.ill 1. I iii.lliall I. 2. :). I: IV|i Club :<. I: I'rimi ( »<u 

mil t. \X iiili-r Iraik I. 2. :<. \. S|irin|: Iraik I; ( I.. - 

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Donald (Connors 

I 18 I'liiiil IMain Koail 

"The deepest ri\ers flow with the least 
sound." 

/(.Ill ninnini.. Iniik . u In ,l„l hr hr.nk hn l,u riflil 

hilar,. Ih, summir: . . . "hH- ft I II" . . . fiiuml luirkiiiu 
,m /ii.\ I WO Jafiutir . . . ili\lik,'s ihtni'linft sniiu . . ii 
Mnrlutn ,in llaU'm,;-n . . . ttff In rolh'fi,'. 

Hdiiil I. 2: hiiiillidll I. I'rom (ummille.- :l: Cro- ( ouiil 
1. ttiiilir Ira.k I. 2. 1. 1: Spring Iraik 1 . 2. I). 1; Si ii-m 
hairCiimmil !. I 




Robert (^ook 
I I.") (.rci'iiai re Koad 

••The outward proof <if possessing great- 
ness is that one exeites love, interest, and 
admiration." 

Hdtz ... a fimil sf},jrlsman . . . n iiilt l,ir iiiiimi ,lr\ 

S4'ns,' of humor . . . n tt,'ak slornarh "U h,it ,i , tiiwii '" 

. . . found III < ohii'ifh Sirifi . . . rfi>/it. > ,l„uhl,- M»»ii;n% 
. . . atid hocki'y fun . . . colli'fii'. 

Ilanil 1.2. t. 1. Dami- Haiiil 2. i. I; ( liiiru- 1.2. 1. 1. Clii- 
(lull I. (: siuil.ul ( iiuiinl i. I: lla.iliall 2. :t. I: Kniilliall 
I. 2. i, I; llii>.' Mm ki.> 1. 2. :(. 1: ( aplam 1; s,,riiii; Iraik 
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Roger (iummings 

•nOak ■•street 

".V friend may well be reckoned the 
masterpiece of nature." 

Hona . . . %r,-iil Iriirk fihilil\ . . . "<,,-i; you'ri- ugly'" . . . 
found running tiround loun . . . liki-s ftlitvinfl fioatii' for 
firlf, . . . diiiikfs riiiny d,iy> . . pi'iirb fuzz . filans In fw 
comv a phys'i'd li'achrr. 

Knnlhall I. 2. .i: Cross ( ouiilrv I. Vk iiilir Iraik I. 2. :). t: 
Spring Iraik 1.2.3. I. 



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Karen Cunha 
I'.H Briar Lane 

"A word in earnest is better than < 
speech." 

"Clin" . . . making good limps . . . great sensi' of humor . . 
"Tlou'rp kidding" . . . found "Skyway" . . . likfs sunny d(i\ 
. . . dislikes snobs . . . plans to urite a successful book. 

Chorum 1; Prom l.cimmiltce .t: ^ earhook Slaff I. 



Janice Curran 

15 Oldf (larria^c Road 

"Genteel in personage, conduct, and 
equipage; noble by heritage, generous, 
and free." 

Jan . . . brainy . . . beautiful clothes . . . eats '20 meals a da\ 
. . . cries at the mention of Romeo and Juliet . - . "I'm tell- 
ing Mommy!" . . . likes Eastham and swimming . . . college. 

Chorus 3. 4: (;lef- Club t; % orUl \ffairs Club 4; Folk Club 
3. i: Prom Coinmiltec 3; ^ earbook Slaff 4; Frenih t:iub 
2.3. 



Timothy Davis 

315 Pond Strcel 

"Thought is deeper than all speech, feel- 
ings deeper than all thought." 

Timing . . . that drs humor . . . found in a red \l(i i . . . 
those Itmes in If enham . . . working at l.echmere's . . . fan- 
tastic at making sounds'^!':' . . . would like to do extensive 
traveling . . . college. 

Football 1; Pep Club 4; Film ( lub 4; Cro- ( ouiilrv 3. 



Deborah DeBoer 

51 Vlillbrook Road 

"Beauty is kind, as well as charm." 

Di'hs . . . tall icilh brown eyes . . . usually found leaching t 
the slopes . . "Oh, guess what ..."... found with Sue , . . 
,n,n^. I, dill,,,,,, . . . dislikes beets . . . IMmiiire and Dux- 




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isabeth Devlin 

I'ond Plain Road 

the true philosopher's 
rns to gold everything it 



piano . . handling little kids . . . 

"H hat do you think'/" . . . has a way 

he lili'phone . . . likes animals, cream 

tdu i( hes . , , dislikes icriting f^ngllsh 

and 

l'lav.FreiulU:lub2; Ihealn- \rl> t. 




Jeanne Dionne 
.55 High Rock Slrt'fl 

"Still heard in her soul the music of 
wonderful melodies." 

Jeanne . . . remarkable craft work . . . always ehi'wmg gum 
... "MMMMMMMMM:" . . hkes chocolate chips . . . does 
not enjoy cold feel . . . Creeks bearing gifts . . . extra- 
ordinary vests. 

Haiul I. 1. 3. \. Orrhfstra I. 2. 3. 1; (,irk' Baskelball 2: 
\ahalaii \|.»sSlafr2. 



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I'hilip l)<iii 
87 W till. »,....! K.ia.t 

"1 h*" slroii|:tT alwa\!> sucreeds." 

Hhil u tauhful trm-kman . . - "<rf %uu ktdtlinf mt-'" 

wn^f u/ humut ■ . at Sprncr'i . . . tiki-i fumo i*/ ixH 
»u^l» . hu» an avruon to fnf(/i»A. 

Minlrc Itark I. ;!. 1. I. >|>rin|C lr<uk I. ;!. i. I. (uullidll 
I.J 



Kevin l)iiMne\ 

(yyi rorir.;:is lUnu\ 

"The spirit of -porl«iiiuii>hip is u \uliiablf 
asset." 

^ptmk <j>M'i til U ,>iuwmI iffurfi "t nhi-tt*-tabti'!" 

lUmk Impala . . . tt huck*-\ mitn . - itntikt-s iin-ti \luiltvi 
. fjliimt III fiv lit ro//f jt*'. 

Il.»- Ho, kr> 2. .1. I. ( ro-(<>unlr> t. I. ( jpldiii I. >(iriiit: 
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^ ayne l)<>wns 

«()( olhuni SirccI 

"lie titiu'he>< iKilhin^. \vl he allele a 
charm." 

tf aynr . . Itilks <i till . . . /«i.M ijh<ilnf!r<tphinti l<tr \fiirlnnih 
. . . "Ohhh" li ri/nipuliT rotim iti-ittlt'f . . . .ilrrptnii in 

class'^ . II biiliit III flyirifc' . . . flirts . . . plans In raisr 
horsi'i. 

Kami I. 2: CdiiK-r^ ( Idli I: Mjiue'r .>l \ hall i. t rar- 

hi>nk <iarr I 





Lee Doyle 

1 I Di'crfii'ld \\riiuc 

"(.(•nllene-.M is a divine: nothing is so 
strong as gentleness." 

/.#•#• . . . firiin-ful . . . a ifun-l bul Irii'nilh ftirl ■ . . Inki'\ 
I'Vi'tylhinf in hiT urtili- . . . al ihr moiti-i. in Itimtiin - 
vnjovt pi'upti' of alt iorti ... a cari'i'r in busini'is- 

IVpClub I 

Tran.d-r from Kn-liiiilalr lli^ih S. hiuil. I*>h<>. 



David Effgen 

22 Redwood Road 

"He most prevails who nobly dares" 

"Dave" . . . football hero . . . Fred Flintstone . . . gets out 
of tight situations . . . "Hey baby" . . . at the movies . . . 
loves it all . . . dislikes phonies . . . college-bound. 

Band 1. 2. .1. 4; Orihesira I: Sludenl Counril 1. 2. 3; Base- 
ball I. 2. 3. 4; Foolball I. 2. 3. I; Prom Commillee 3: 
Yearbook Staff 4; « inler Trark 2. 




Donald Kffgen 

22 KcdHood I)ri\c 

"Vivacity and wit make a man shine in 
company." 

Don . . . i>ri-Mil,nl nl ihr ^''D I •'liiilriil^ uhii Nu;</j«r( 
Democriii\ ) . . . "H hrri's ihr iiiirl\ tiint[ibiy" . . . lull, 
dark, and hitndMimi' . hiiilhr^ t^/iiili- n \piirts fun 

n iirimn iiimihnUml mimmr hw Iw linid inllimrr^ 



Ha-.-ball 1. |-..„ll,all 1.3. 1. I'l 
Slaff I 



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Kathryn Ekiund 

61 Phillips Brooks Road 

"Mind of a thinker, soul of a dreamer, 
heart of a friend." 

Kiiih\ . . . tUki . . . i:\ln-mrl\ mlrlburnl . . . "<,iiu<l urirf:" 
. . . found everyuhrri' tn an aquit Mustnnp . . . hrliT- 
okaryosis — If H if"/!':' . . . another ann-Hofstaillrnnn 
college. 

Chorus 1. 2. t; l.li-i- (lull 1. \alniual Hmu>r So. lelv :i. I; 
Vlalh learn 2. ;i. (: Knik Club :i. t; Co-pclilor of \earl)ook 
4; Krenih Club 2. :i. 1; Scienic Kair ( oinmill.-e :i: 
Nahalan Ni-ns 1: Harlequin I. 2. S. I; Prom Comniillee H; 
Drama W orkshop :i 



Susan England 

164 (onant Road 

"Whatever she dares to dream, she dares 
to do." 

Toodi . . . art work . . . alitnys thinks s/ie's latking into a 
tnirrophonf . . . "/'m ponna rtp onr off." . . . making ihi' 
scfnf in her brokrlfss "bomb" . . . likes Boston . . . ills- 
likes tots of nice rlolhes . . . major in art. 

Camera Club 4; Drill leam :!; CirU' lennis 2. :i. I: I'rom 
Commillee .i: ^earbook Slaff C Ski leam 2. :i. \: ( ulur 
Guard 4. 



Karen Eriandson 

518 High Street 



1970 



"To know how to live is my calling and 
my art." 

Karen . . . riinsrienlluus offue helper - . . sh'.. but 
extremels fnendh . , . "tt hat ran I say/" . . . at llergsons 
. . . prefers strawberry sundaes . . . refuses to eat peas . . . 
dislikes sn<fbs . . . plans to attend business school. 

HusinessClub:*. I 

Iransfer fniin Ihile I'ark llieli S.hool. I '(68. 




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Karen F'ales 
149 Birrh Iree Drive 

"Give the world the best you have and the 
best comes back to you." 

Karen ... a patient teacher of an\ \ubjett . . . at the har 
i ballet i . . . conductinfi nots\ den meettngs . . . eiades 
Herftsuns' . . . talented seamstress . . . Itkes people u ho 
sas "til". . . plans to leach in secondare school. 

( horu- :i. k (,lee (lull 1. 2. :i. 1; ■-,.„„„ |'|a%: Drill leam 
4; National Honor SoeieU :i. I: I'ep (lull I. 2. :l. C Prom 
(iimmillee :i; \ ear Itook Slall I: h rem li (lull I. Nahalan 
Nev.-2.:i. 



Donna Finn 

1 4<) Bur<;e>s Vxctiue 

"Music is love in search of a word." 

Ihinna . . t htppinft pieces oft the bottom of her stririf; lufs 
. . . thinks the plume on her band hat is a binl\ . . in the 
houels of the building . . rendition ot the "melting 
speech" . . . cicacious . . . a future tn the music theater 

liaml :i. COrihesIra:). I: Dan. e Itanil 1; (, lee ( lull I . .i. 1; 
Nalioual Honor Soeielv ii. I: ( o-PreMilenl ol hoik ( lull C 
1-nlk Club :i. t; Pe|i Club I. 2. I: Prom (ummillee it. 



Gary Filzpatrick 

87 Brooklifld Road 

"Wit is the salt of conversation." 

running on "Nahalan street . . . an-rsion to phssics bib 
"iu. come on!" . . . those icitis remarks . . . a laturi 
doctor. 



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I^e Flodin 
.')*) i air\ ivw '^-Inri 

"^ ilh sirlue and qui4'tnr>H one ma\ con- 
quer ihe world." 

Fit'*' . . . dvtuul rnnnaffr «/ bikwhalt Ivam . . fa$t- 
spn-adiitfi grin . . . forfvvr tioitif. physia tab n-ports . . . 
"Hufi out!" . . . al Fom-it's F.mt sunion . . . ttkfs grrfn 
RambU-n . . . aluays inVs to vscapf fiUing out forms 
hound to b*' iucveisfui al rotU'ft: 

Niiliiiiial Honor Sorirl% .'t, t: Con^rr^ulioii (Jub I. 2. ■). 4; 
M(£r. of Ha^fball 1 . 2. \: % r\fiUl Trainmp 2. 




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Joan Kole\ 

Mi' W a-liiiijiloti Street 

"She i> filled l<i the brim Hilh vi^or und 
fun." 



A"o/(' . . . firi'at si'mr of humtir . - - ni't t-r u hrrc ^ft(• 
posi'd to fee . . . "4sk mr if I cart'-'!" . - finntil r/i \ 
Cfnh'r. . . dislikvi snobs . . . plans a bu>tfn-^s i itrrt-r. 

(:hara> 2. :). 4: IVp Club 1. 1. W: l.lbrar> Club I. 2. .'). t: 
K.II.V. 1. 2; K.T. \. 1. 2. S: liarlrquin I: Him Club 1. 2; 
■»,arbnnl, -iuff; Hu-ini— ( luh 1; I'rom ( oniiiiilh-i- .1. 



Jorg Kreyer 

10 Orchard Cirt le 

"Few things are impossible lo diligence 
and skill." 

Jorg . . . (firman backfirttunfl . - . n-udf. loo ntinh!'! 
"Shic doicn" . . . avoids rafrtrriu im-ots . found ot Half 
. . . likfs Unit' kids . . . collffic bound. 

Si'ienir Kii'lion Kook C:lub I. 2. :). 



Jean Fritchman 

7 1 \la\ fair I)ri\e 

"\irtue is a habit of the mind consistent 
with nature and moderation and reason." 

Ji-un oitttf lontrlbutor to //ur/cr/ul/I - . tfUlvt. inlrl- 

Itpi-nt . . . oroniti' . . . lorrs borsi's . . . doodling . . . "Oarn!" 
. - . fnjo\s ihr ihfolrr . . . disltkfs Itruwrl sprouls . . . 
collfgi- bound 

Senior I'laM Nallonal Honor Soi iil> i. I. World Mfairs 
Club I; Harlequin I. 2. 3. I: \earbook Staff 1: l.ibrar> 
Club 2; Krenrh (Jub 2: Srieni-e Kair Commillee 2; Nahalan 
N.». 1.2: Drama Workshop:!, 




Kathleen Fraser 

IT W insl.n. KoacI 

"Modesty is the beauty of women." 

Kalb^ . . pi-titt' . . . soft spnki'n and I'ery frii'ndh . . 
bfounful ki'th gri-rn I'vrs . . . "Oh. joy" . . . subtlr joki' 
. . . dislikis Spanish (ejls . , , fulurr psychology major . 
social u:ork. 

Choru« 3. I; National Honor Soiie 
I'rom Commillee i: Spanish Club t. 



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Karen Gallagher 
203 W asliiiifiloti Streel 

"The most essential thing for happiness is 
the gift of friendship." 

fiot . . long broun hair . . . happy personality . . . "Prar" 
. . found al the C.apf . . . liki's good timi'S . . . dislikvs rains 
days . . . attcavs loyal to Field Hockey team . . . plans to /jo 
to college. 

ManaB.-r of Softball .V. Field lloike% 1. 2. :i. tl I'r.mi ( ,.in- 
mrttee i. future llomemakrr. 2: f a.hion sho» i: Hand I 



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Evan Gavrilles 

1:5:5 Stanfcird I)ri\<- 

"•To be alive, and from here 1 will create 
the rest." 

hr . . . n Inli'nif'd musirian . . . lead ^uitari&t of the "Golden 
Hetics" . . . hangs out around the corner ictlh \eil . . . likes 
to get auay t^ilh things . . . favors cars ... a basketball and 
football fan . . . alu-ays ready to discuss music ... a career 
in teaching or research. 

Foolball 1. Sprins Ira.k I 



Bruce Caynor 

152 Riirfjes> \\eimf 

"Jesters do often prove prophets." 



Itch b'adership . 

. . . guilty smirks . . 
\fr. Flaherty . . . ver 



. his infamous puns . . . "Yeah sure!" 
found at parties . . . discussicjns icilh 
likely to succeed in college. 



Cla^s Serrelar> 1; Sludent (^nunril 2. 3. 4: Counril Presi- 
lienl 4; \alional Honor Sm ieu .t. 4; Math Team 2. 3. 4; 
(Computer Club 2. 3. 4; Sludent Senate 4; Ctoss (:ountr% 2. 
3; Winter Traek 1. 2. 3. 4: Spring Track I. 2. 3. 4; Stu- 
dent Government I)a\ Representative 4. 



Jennifer Geary 

138 Church .Sir.-el 

"Convincing in method. Strong in per- 
formance" 

yennv talented captain of Drdl learn . . . athletic 

process . . . ,n the I oiks . l.kes Maine and popcorn . . 
dislikes people uho talk behind her back . . plans lo 
attend college. 

Chorus I. 3. I; Drill Team 2. 3. Captain t: I. iris' Softball 
1. 2. 3. J: Manager of Girls' Basketball 2. 3. 4: Field 
Hoi ke> 1 . 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Prom Committee 3. 




Nina Cigante 
52 llillcres^l Place 

"Elegant as simplicity, warm as ecstasy." 



jtly piano . . . 
ng around the 



"^ina ... a leader . . . loves music, espi 
"I don't believe I just said that." . . . ru 
track! y! . . . bicycling . . . college major in journalism. 

Chorus 1. 2.3. 4: Glee Club 1.2.3. 4; Class V iee-President 
1. 2. 3; Student Council 4; Drill Team 4; National Honor 
Sofiet> 3. I; Girls' Basketball 2. 3; Manager of Basketball 
3; Pep Club 1. 2. 3. I; Girls' Tenni- 1. 2. 3. 1; Prom Com- 
mittee 3: Yearbook Staff 4; Sludent Senate I; Fremh ( lub 
3. 4;Nahatan \e««2. 



1970 



Robin Glass 

610 High .Sired 

"A faithful friend is the medicine of life." 

Hobin . . . vers tall . feminine Thoreau ualking doun 
High Street ... "/ forgot" . . . on the rocks shores of Maine 
. . . dislikes Korms . . . looking foru-ard lo college and a 
career in elementary education. 

Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: (,lee Club 1. 2. 3. f: Folk Club ^: Pep 
Club 4; Prom Committee 3. 





Edward Goddard 

56 Farm Lane 

"The artist does not see things as they 
are, but as he is." 

Eddie . . . incessantly scribbling over everything ... a 
faithful trackman . . . uorking at Raymonds' . . . listens to 
jazz music ... a novice skier, but enjoys it already . . . 
detests chemistry above all . . . always ready to share his 
opinions . . . off to college. 

Football I: Winter Track 2.3; Spring Traek 1.2.3. 



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Kdward Grant 

51 Milltr«'>l riatr 

"He thai lra\eU much, knoH^ much/* 

Sandy . . ihe Hronson u/ If HS . . . a grvai camp counsrior 
. . . ahro>s on /lis moiorcycte . . . Ukf» att uaier spur is . . . 
t£ould iike $o make on exlensiif trtp of the world on htt 
motorcycle . . . plan* to go on "Ouiicard Bound" surma/ 
inp. 

Malh learn l.2;(:hr«>>( luli 1. Mt>.lrrii Mum. Club 3. 

Tran-frr from Koxburo lli^h -^.liuul. I<>r>4, 



Kichard Gray 

1**J June Slrcrt 

"1 agree with no man'^s opinions; I have 
some of my own."' 

Ktch . . utftnilvumal uriftn^ ithtt- to do Ivn physics 

pruhlvm\ on It siniclf tinv mlktnfi in circles . . . 

"U hal! y" . . . tnutnblinfi . . , rvadtnf, sttmruhert' . . . enjoys 
huntinf - - . those lah reports . . . shuns uork . . . anticipates 



U itUt-r Irark 2. ii. I; Sfirmt- ^ d 



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David Greenlaw 

78 Parker Street 

"His own character is the arbiter of 
everyone's fortune." 

Green . . . shorktnit rfd hair . . . skUtful tennis player . . . 
"Hey boy!" . . . atuavs wtlh Dana on the courts day ami 
night ... a car bu/f . . . avoids gym whenever possible. 

Con&erxalion Club 4; Tennis 1. 2. '^. 4. ^ciphl Trainini^ 2; 
Srifnie Fair (iommitlee 2. 





Harhara Hall 

1 \U Ki('l(l-.t()iie Road 

''[Nothing is impossible l<> a willing 
heart." 

Barbara . - . pert and petite . . .persistency u ill insure her 
success . . . r(T> outfoinfi . . . one of \oruood Hospital's 
most devoted candy-stripers . . . enjoys skiing, especially 
in \eu Hampshire . . . always ready to express her opinion. 



\rarboak Maff I; I'l 
Prr»iHenl. Irca-urrr 1 



rn (ommillpr 3: K\\ 2. 3: \ ici- 
Ski( lub I 



Susan Hamilton 
2.5 Burges> Vvenuc 

"To hear her speak and sweetly smile, 
you were in paradise the while." 

Sue ■ ■ . always rrad\ to help . . . longest hair tn the school 
. . . never found in a study hall . . . "Be serious.'" . . . sum- 
mers at the Cape . . . busy managing girls' basketball . . . 
really enjoys skiing . . . hopes to see more of the world . . . 
college. 

Chorus 2. .3. 4; Glff Club 2. 3. 4: Harlequin 4: Mgr of 
Ba-kelball I: Prom Commillee 3; > farbook Staff I 



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Deborah Harding 

65 Cedar Lane 

"The highest wisdom is continual cheer- 
fulness" 

/)ffc6if . . . devoted to If liS's vocal groups . . . uvll- 
groomed hair . . . uorking -at the library . . . enjoys 
attending the theater, but does not like to act . . . career in 
elementary education. 

Chorus 2, 3. t; (,lfi- Club 2. 4; I'roin Commillec 3; ^i-ar- 
book Slaff 1. 



Stephen Harris 

63 Elm Street 

"By time and toil, he does what strength 
and rage could never/' 

Steve . . . stubbornly trying to get his Corvette to run , . . 
found Korking at the Atlantic . . . \tr. Thuing's ocean- 
ography classes . . . likes to eat ptzzu . . . watches James 
Bond pictures . . . dislikes people telling hirn to drive 
slower . . . irmy. 

Prom ( oriimiller 3. 




Jeffrey Hart 

15 Circuit Road 



1970 



"True goodness springs from a man's own 
heart/" 

Jfff . . . a good bashi-lhiiil nntl baseball plnyrr . . . \harp uil 
... " irp you kuldiTifi mf?" . . . found in thv Super -Corvair 
. . . likes Saturday nights . . . dislikes shuttles . . . off to 
college. 

Chorus 4; Sludenl Courii il 1; [)^e^^ Code ( omtnillee 4: 
Baseball I. 2. .^. t. Football 1. 3; Bo>s" Ba^kelball I. 2. 3. 
4; Prom Lommiltee 3; ^ earbook Slaff 4. 




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Kenneth Hatfield 

1 1 Ruckinaster Road 

"Happy I am, from care Pm free, why 
can^t they all be contented like me/^ 

Krfifi . . . hurting the shotpul . . . sleeping in studies . . . 
hiibil of staring . . . likes to gel tost . . . "Freak" . . . goal is 
graduating from high school . . . likes some people, but 
not others . . . after graduation college or Canada. 

Chorus 2; Camera Club h Seienre Kiclion Book Club 3; 
Baseball 2: Kootball 1: Pep Club 1: Film Club 3: Hofke> 2: 
Ooss Counlr\ 2. 3; % inter Track 1. 2. 3: Spring Track 
1.2.3.4. 



Scott Hayward 
78 Vt esK-hesler l)ri\e 

"^An actor will always excel."^ 

Scott . . . pinnochio - . . deep thinker . "\o!" . found 
at the tennis courts . , . fantastic haikus for Harlequin 
likes Drama ff orkshop . . . college bound . . . major in 
dramatics and art. 

Harlequin I. 2. 3. i: Bo>"s Tennis 2. 3. 4: Prom (iommillee 
3; % inler 1 rark \: Drama Fesli\al 2: Drama % orkshop 3. 



Sally Anne Heaven 

I028-Hi{ih Street 

"Walk together, talk together, oh ye 
peoples of the earth." 

Sally .. . bouncy tFS Student from S. Africa . . . collects 
nn\ thing to do uith Peanuts . . . "Super!" . . . aluays giving 
talks about her home . . . likes fruit salad lunches . . . dis- 
likes 3 second violations in basketball . . . plans to be a 
pharmacist. 

Student Council 4; Senior Play 4; \FS Kxchanpe Student 
4: Field Mocker I; Ski Club 4: Ski leam 4. 



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Thomas lli|Sfj;inbollom 

|:i2Klli^^trr,I 

'\>ui4*lnfss of manner, but ihal rtrlain 
smile . . ." 

Turn or "Hiffs" . . . di'pvndtthU- mimtHT of track Ivam . . . 
virantng hti flassei at tnofjporluni- tirrtfi . . . "t nhvliev- 
abl*'" . . . aitcaM rvad\ to hrlp . . . found in the First 
\attonat Store in Dfdham . . . dttlikvs Hfdding . . . collefie. 

Hand I. 2: (^horu>^ I. '1, i), I: Prom (lommiltee i): Cro)>» 
(uunlr% 2.^. \: Vk iiilfr Irutk 1.2. :(. 1: Spring Iraik t.2. 




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Gail Hurhanadel 

1") Spriiij; l.iuio 

"Music i> ihf only si-nsual pleasure with- 
out vice." 

trail ... I rr\ I crsdli/c . . . bt-auli/ut iim-r . . . "Sututy "... 
found in louir lahhy <il 2:16 . Iiki-i sinfinf ami dancinf 
. . . dUlikii labor hoys . . . potstd tcUl soon hv onf ol 

l/lr Ml. Ilohokv firls 

l)an<f Uanil 1. 2. :i. 4: (,1...- I lul> I. I. s,,„l,„i ( , 

3; TrpasuriT I; Drill Ttam I. 2: Nal.oii.il II r s 

■t; (Ihf frlrailrr .'i. I; Prom (lommilli-f \ 



il 2. 
I'll :i. 



Harry Hollis 

22M llarlloni Sir.-c! 

"I'leasure is the beginning of 
happily/'' 

Honk . . . fantastic track star . . . habit of losinft 
sfiorttnfi o block jacki-l . . . "I^i'asant!" aluays i 
the onsurrs in t)ci'anoftrapli\ . . . found in the i 
. . likes the last tent on left . . . 

\\\i (lull :t: I'roin (.iiiniiiitK'.' ;i. lilm (lull I. ( r 
lr>2. :!. l.Vlinl.T I fill k 1.2. t. 1: S|,nMi; I ra. k 



living 



/. D.s. .. 
iad\ uil/i 
tub house 



Michael Hookailo 

] IB Milcr K(><iil 

"^ hat i^ life without a little fun?'" 

Ilonks . . oticavs Irvinj! lu fti'l the car on the road . 
imitatinfi teachers! . . . removing clothes in Hnglish . 
"Ya!" . . . often seen worshipping cars . . . tikes "tf'i 
icomen, song" . . . dislikes the tar on Cedar Lane . 
college. 

Prom ( ommilliT 3, 

I ranker fnun N. 



oiilh llieh s,|„„>|. |>lfiK 




Glenn Houp;h 

1378 High Sirt-et 

"An easy-minded soul, and always was a 
man of letters, manners, morals, parts." 

Iluffa . . . all-around stuiieni . trys In art "dumb" . . . 
"I'll' gut a tfuestion" . . . eos\ going . . fourul in box's 
tocker room . . . likes sports . . . dislikes people uho think 
they're great . . . college. 

Sluilrnl Couni'il i: Koolball I. 2. <. I. Ila.krihall I. 2. .<. I: 
Prom (ioinmillre .3; Spring I'rai k 2. 



John Howard 

')l I'liillips Hn.nk- Hoad 

"If you are honest, it is the best thin^ in 
the world." 

John . . - a f/uiel rontemplater . . . "If hat'^" . . . found at 
I.echemeres: . belieies in ihe "lions I hears of hvolu- 
lion" . . . dislikes photographic memories . . . atuass 
clearing his throat . . . college hound. 

Naliiinal Honor So. irC ^. \. Tennis 2. X 4. 



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Peter Howard 

215 Fligli Street 

"The natural alone is permanent." 

Ptslol . . Rullrt . ■■» hiil\ Ih,. •iIor^ >" . hnrd uorkrr 
nl thv \tnbtl . . . plouirifi snou . . . in his Svnut - . . rnjii^s 
molt>r<\rlin^ . . . ilislikps Spanish . , . atoitis rafrtfrui litre 
. . . II ritri'iT in bu!,tnpss udminislralion. 

Koothall K 



Lawrence Howe 

133 Tamaraek Road 

"Where there is an open mind, there will 
always be a frontier." 

Larry . . . knoun for leaving home',?'. . . . wears his track 
shops . . . founti at the ) IHT . . . "Are you sure about 
that?" . . . tikes music . . . dislikes phonies . . . sports car 
enthusiast . . . found dancing . . . plans a career ftyinft 
balloons. 

Prom Commitlee .'i; Cros> (^ounlr^ I. 



Jayne Hudson 

110 Arcadia Road 

"Charm, personality, and pep — to keep 
up with her you'll have to step." 

Ja\nie . . . athletic and artistic ability , . . "Hi honey!" . . . 
found everywhere except where she's supposed to be . . . 
short skirts . . . dislikes boys icho uear white socks . . . art 
school. 

Chorus 2. 3; Glef Club 4; Kulure Nurses 2: Harlequin I; 
Girls' Softball 1. 2. 3. 4; (girls' Basketball 2. i: Field 
Hocke> 1.2.3.4; Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Cheerleader i; ^ea^- 
book Staff 4; Spanish Club 4; Color (#uard 4. 




1970 



Carol Jessoe 

18 Wentwortli Street 

"Every production of genius must be the 
production of enthusiasm." 

Jess . . . captain of color ftuard . . . imitates Linus . . . 
"Voure late." . . . found in the Falcon . . . enjoys frtendh 
people . . . dislikes people who mooch . . . college boutld. 
Chorus I, 2. 3: Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Softball 1. 2. 3; Field 
Hocke> 1. 2; Pep Club 1. 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Color 
Guard 3. 4. captain 4. 




Deborah Johns 

30 Oriole Road 

"Charm is that extra quality that defies 
description." 

Debbie , . . class secretary before she moi rd . . . gijiglmg 
. . . "I'll do It later. "... lierfison's girl . . . likes dancing . . . 
dislikes egg rolls . . . plans to he a journalist. 
Class Secrelar> of K.H.S. 3; Student Counril 3; Pep C:lub 1. 
2. 3.4; Prom Committee 3; French Club I; Si hool Paper 
Transfer Student; Eastridge ftigh Srhool 196'J. 




Joseph Johnson 

60 l.akeshore I)ri\e 

"The thirst for happiness is never extin- 
guished in the heart of man." 

Joe ... a friend to all . . . shocking red hair and freckles . . . 

"Hi!" . . . found in Bergson's . . . likes falling off cars . . . 

dislikes parked V/p s . . . hopes to attend the Coast (iuard 

Academy. 

Baseball 3; Football 1; Prom Commillee 3; Winter Iraek 

3. 



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Jouii KuiiiiiK-r 

I IT ( .'(l.ir I .iiK' 

"Hrr \»il i> >o chuniiinfi, m) *»t'«'l her lair 
face." 

Juunif can't n-i'tn to ubiAlIf . . "Ihat'% unln-lii'tabh-" 

. . . luuiut lin-uminit . - ltk*'» uccanunal »»ii/('k from iumv 
uru- uho c-(ir*'s . . . ptam Iti hat i' a nuutl fimi-' 

(horu. I; I.Irr Club I: l'i-|i llub I: ^rarliook Slaff I: 
IfruMT Kururn I. 2. .1: llrtt\er Star it: Sludfnl \ffiliulion 
N■^^i^t• I. 2.:). 

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Deborah Kaiiriiiianii 
26 Kesi'r\oir Koail 

"All can be arcomplixhecl if one 
afraid lo tr\" 



Debbiv . . . tttuUftlHy fn'ttlttr . . n it-nutn lornciiti'tl itir 
. . . "I'm iti'tiT ]t»nita ft't thts iloiw'" . . Dftiharn Mrilt- 
tuWi . . Iiilktrti fan .<i/.,n f„lk mu>ic Ithaca 

CoUegt'. 

liaiicl I. -'. i. I; Or,li.-.|rj 1. i. I: \ul al Honor >oi li-H 

I. t. U.irM Mfair. ( luh I: ^M ( lull ;i. I; MarliM|ulu .(. t: 
lli-lri.l Hand 2. t. Ml ^lalr llaii.l i 




Iraii-f.rlr 



^li. 



I llifh ^. I I. I'KlT. 





Carol Kearns 

l:}.").') Ili-ili Slretl 

"l-ove and laii(;hler brinp'lh jo\ to 
everyone." 

I'umiikin . . . ichi-n */n' rurU ht'r hair!! . . . laafihinp til ihf 
tcrnnf lime . . . "tl h\ ilnnlcha %ni- us a break''" . - . fiiund 
uhi-n- ht'r frit'nds art' fi'tiinfi in Iniuhir . . . a ili'ioti'd skii'r 
. . . disliki-s pi-apti' uho come to her parties and don't sas 
"hello" . . . a future xctiman ol the world. 

Choru. I. 1. :t. I: (.Irr Club I: l>e|i Club I. 2: lrnni> I. 
2. :». I; I'rniti (ammilli'i' \: Ski Icani 2. t. I 



Christine Kearns 
l.Vj.i ilifihSlr.el 

"ll's a friendU heart thai has plenty of 
friends." 



I hrtss\ . . , has ureal fmrtie^ _ . _ "Ihumhs" . 
. . "found skllnn on llif lUue /iA,-> /„, 

. . . dislikes peo/jle uho don't care plans (• 

Chorus 2. :\: (,irU' l<Miiii» I. 2. :t. I; I'nMii 
> rarbook Staff 1; Ski l.-aiti 2. 3. I. 



, , "» ell f„nf 
K slroiiihl hair 



Dorothy Kelle 

WtCarb) SirccI 

"kindness in women shall win love." 

Dome . . . a fireal cook . . . a/i<vivs -mdinK . , tound in the 
home ec room . . roller skatinf . . . likc^ animaU . . . dis- 
Itki-f. >.i-utnt! ■ - ■ litany lo attend l*ciihod> School. 

(horu- I. I.l.r (lull I: Cami-ra Club 1: llarli'i|iiin \. ^ lar- 
liook Stall I. library (lub I ; Ch.-«. Club I. I uluri Home- 
makers I. 

I ran-fir Iroin Marsbfi.-bl llinh. I<ll><< 



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Maria Kukauskas 
47 BoniU'N Streel 

"Silence gives ihe proper grace to 
women." 

Miirtii . . <,iililu(lr for li-nnf. . . . tjuiil. Iitil i .-/-i Iriiiuth 
. . "/ fjucs-s" . . . /(Acs rvatlin^ and Donoinn . . . avoids 
Bnirklo,,: . ^ found Kllh Ihhbu- . . . long ualks . . . plans 
lo no on m nursing. 

IransfiT Sluiicnl from lircx kCi.n Hich >< hiiiil. I'lli') 



David Kessler 

41 Sycamore Dri\e 

"As a man speaks, so he is." 

Davr . . . seen sporting turlti'neck su-palprs . . . uorking at 
ihf Triptf I . . . playing rock music on ihf guitar . . . 
hurdle uatchrs Tl at all . . . summers at Falmouth . . . ski 
and golf enthusiast . . . likes classes with Mr. Thuing . . . 
future social worker. 



Cho 



s 2: Film (lub 3. 4. 



Audrey Klein 

202 Stanford Drive 

"To love to read is to exchange hours of 
ennui for hours of delight." 

Audrey . . . active in It orld iffairs Club . . , constantly 
doing physics labs . . . inti-lligenl . . . uorktng hard in the 
public library . . . dangerous on the basketball court . . . 
future teacher. 

National Honor Sorielv 3. U W orld Affairs Club 2. 3. 4; 
liarlequin 2. 3; Vlanaper of Softball 2; Prom (iomtnillee 
3; Pep Club 1: Yearbook Staff 4; l.ibrarv Club 1; Krenrh 
Club 2. 3. 4: Serretar> of Mass. Junior W orl.l \flairs 
Counril 4: Srienre Fair (Committee 3. 1; Nahalan Nrws 
1.2. 



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Eric Kristenson 
42 llawlhoriie Slrt-et 

"Danger gleams like sunshine to a brave 
man's eyes." 

t^tc ... (in illustrious hockey player . . . his army jacket . . . 
"ft halever turns you on" . . . found at Bergsons' . . . likes 
green death . . . dislikes squids . . . sideburns . . . plans lo 
join the \tarine Corps. 

l()(ke> 1.2.3. 4. CoMaplain f. 





Karen LaCerda 

1% Mdcr Road 

"To be born with the gift of laughter and 
a sense that the world is mad." 

/., I. ... a loyal tennis player . . . her unforgettable gay 
chatter . . . "4nd so did I tell \ou . . .y" . . . an actress for- 
ever . . . likes trackmen ... a flair for style . . . college 
hound. 

Chorus 1. 3. 1; (,l,c (.lub I. 3. t: Nalional Honor Sixidv 
3. f: Folk Club 3. 4; llarle(iuin 2. 3. I: Cirls' Icniiis 2. 3. 1: 
Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff; French Club 2, 3; 
Drama Festival 2; Nahalan ,NeHs 2. 



{').) \\ a>hiii;;l()ii Sired 
"Zest is the secret of all beauty" 

Hoz . . icith the boss . . . aluiiss happy . . . small and cute 
. . . "Hey man" . . . found at Lechmeres' . . . Iike\ teeth!'/! 
. . . dislikes snobs . . . plans a law career. 

Chorus 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 3. 4: Yearbook Staff: Drama Club 
3. I: Nahalen \e«s 1. 



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Kubt-rl l.andry 

"V i^rful mail i^ iiiiidt- ii|i iif qiiulilie> ihal 
meel or make ^real <H-ca!>iun!<." 

Huh . . 1 ftnsluni rrurA unttriltulur . . . vtifff In ansut'r iins 
tiu*-tiiun . . ")t'inr. Mr. fiu-htfr" . . . found un thf track 
. . . intrnw hatffd fur fuurrtahsm claavf . . . ptans a milt- 
far* ran'*-r. 

( haru> 1.2. S. I. (.Irr ( lull I.J. :i. I: Sririu.- I- l.lluil llmik 
(tub I: Kuolball I: ( rii» I oiinlrt 2. t. I. U iiilrr Ir^rl, 2. 
I. I: S|irine Irai k 2. I. I 



Elizubelh l.anf:e\iii 

67 (.rfcnacrr Ko.iil 

"l nique tiiilit herself." 

lifts . . . ultcti} i has somi^thtn/i to say . . . unforfrttublr ftrin 
. . . tuittittuall} on thf fto . . . ")a, rifht" . . . fountl in 
llxannis . . . Iikfs maxicoats . . . dislihi's li'uthcr fockt'l'' timl 
pi'opic tcho start' . . . ptans a jr. colU'ftt'. 

Cliuru. 2. .1: (,I<-|- Club 2. I; MaimeiT <>( IkIcI llmk.-. I: 
Pep Club 1. 4; Prom Coininillff iJ. 



Jam- l^-nker 

I2:{(,r.'.-na.r.- Koii.l 

"The sweel expression of that face, for- 
ever changing, yel ihe same." 

Janti- . . . Link . . . loi'i'l\ itiicf, sUk\ hntu it hiitr . iilu ii\^ 
barefoot . . . impish grin . . . ronsiwnlious procrasttiuihn 
. . . fulk club's f,-arlfss Uadir . . llki-s Judv (ollins ,m,l 
luffi'f housi's . . . hi'ail I'll for cnllcfii'. 

Hunil 2: Orrlli'Mm I: ( llutu^ I. I: (.I..- (lull I. I. Dinna 

hi'.li>al 2: Drill IVam i. I; Nallonai II r So. iiMv 1. I: 

«iirlil Mfiiir. (lub :t. I: Kiilk ( lub i. I. I'rr.iil.iil :l. I: 
lliirli'i|uiii 2. :t. I. i'runi ( uiMniilli-r .<. ^lurbiiiik Mall I. 
Irrii.li< Iull2:'^llanl-h(lub:l. I:(b.'-(lub2 



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Suzanne Lester 
52 Saxon Road 

"She has a heart with enough room for 
every joy." 

Sue . . . frieruity, aluays smiting . . . hanging around tall 
people . . . "You knoic" . . . tikes skiing and setcing . . . dis- 
likes her curly hair . . . ptans to become a teacher. 

Chorus 4; I.We Club 1. 4; Drill Team X 4; Kolk Club .1. 4. 
Sr<Telar\: Pep Club 1. .3. 4; Prom (;ommillee 3; Husiness 
Mfr o( Yearbook 4; Spanish Club 1. 2; Ski Club. 

rran»r.-r Slu<ii-nl from XUeriio ll.-i|ihls Xiaili-m*. I967. 



niiiayer 




Drivi- 




i<'«« are 


the «un 


thrives." 




><■.//> l\i}ist . 


. -Hiulh ■'■■ 


Iifulnuy - . 


i-ttinw ptirt- 


hillr^ It 


, !„■ t.il,' . 



li.iiN. 1.2. I. (,!.'.'( lull 



NiLiH \ I olhrop 
I I 7 I akc >liorc Drixe 

"■() Music. sphere-descended maid. 
Friend of Pleasure. Wisdom's aid." 

\oiir\ . . , tali and slender . . . i-nlhustasltc musician . . . 
"Is that rights" . . . driving through Ih'dhom in her yellotc 
Mustfing . . . tikes sports arul Maine - . - dislikes backseat 
driiers . . . ptans to become a teacher. 

Daiul I. 2. 3. t: Orrheslra I: (;1.t Club I. 2. 3. I: CirU' 
lta-k.lli.ill 3. 1. I'rom . nmmill..- 3. I- rrii. h ( lull 2 



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Jeffrey Low 

215 Oak Street 

"A good mind possesses a kingdom." 

Bruoka . . . tall . . . aarraslir nt-nsi- of humtir . . . "I'd hi-lti-r 
%et ...".. . uttb Don - . . tta\ up tn ihv clouds . . . dislikt's 
ohysics tahs . . . plans to bi- an acroapacc t-nf^infiT. 
Chemislrv Club !. '1: l-'nolball 1: I'rom Committee W: W in- 
ter Track 2. -V. Sprinp I raik 1 ; Siit-iire Fair C.ommillee W. 



Paul MacDonald 

llOl'ontI Street 

"To know him i>> to appreciate his 
qualities." 

Mat- , . . agilf hockf-y playtT . . . fnjoys fiivinfi pcoplv a hard 
linif . . . "Hfalhy!" found al Hrrf^son's and uprndin^ sum- 
mers at thr I'.api- . . . ihf Hruins . . . i-njoys honu- itmkinft 
. . . dislikfs mailhoxis . ioll,f,-hound. 
IVp Clul) I. 2, :f. t: I'rom Cominitl.-,- S: Ho>-' lloi ke> 1.2. 
3. t:(;ro»s<;ounlrN H. 



Kim IMahan 

231 Farm l.ane 

"The magic of a face." 

kim . . . II \rr\ dtstmi In i- Inuult . . . "U bo put tin- dltf\ in 

thi" dtn-ua-dltl\y" . . . morninfi glorif. . . srin on thr 

slopi'S . . . a fiond srnsv of humor - . . hnnht piirplr is a 

favorite color ... I) oodstock . . . dislikes lmmp\ cor rides 

. . . screaming velloic zonkers . . . a tuture in special 

education. 

IV|.(,luh l;( hnrii- I. I ilirarv (lull 1.2; t iliii ( liili:). 




1970 




Kathleen IVlahood 

■il Magnolia l)ri\e 

"Art is the most intense mode of indi- 
vidualism that the world has known." 

Katw . . . artistic . . . .s/we/!> fur coal . . . " Isk me if I 
know!!" . . . stout individual . . Fnlmouth . . . likes (irncy 
Slick . . . dislikes snobby people . . Iitture nurse. 
V\\ 2. v. Manager iif Kiel, I ilii, ke> .i. \: I'ep Cluhii. I: 
I'rom (iiiMMii ■ \. V \.\ :i. ( cilor l.uard I. 

Iran^ler Sludenl from St. I lioma- \i|iiina> Mi;;h .^rhool. 

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Judith IVlanning 

228 Oak Street 

"A laugh, to be joyous, must flow from a 
joyous heart." 

Juds . . . di\lincliie laugh "I islen. \ou guss" . . found 

listening to "\h t,irl" . . o dunce goer . . . I'npns skiing 
. . . dislikes conceited people . . uith the folk club . . . 
college. 

Umrus I. :(. t;(, lee Club \: hoik Club \: Manafer of I lelil 
Moekev t; I'ep Club 1. 2. X \: I'rom ( ommiltee .Sl Year- 
book Staff I: Future lea. her- .k Ski I eam :!. I. 



Carole Mason 

25 ^^ oodridge Roail 

'"Virtue and sense are one." 

Carole . . . magnificent ticirler . . . beautiful red hair . . . 
"I'm never goin' to get this done." . . . found in her little 
green i'.nmuro . . . dislikes cold football gomes . f rem h 
tests are incorujuerabli- . . . college bound. 
Majorette- 2. :i. t; National Honor s,„ ,en !. I. \^ orl.l 
\ffairs Club :): I'ep Club 1. I'rooi ( oniinillee .C hrenc b 
Club 2; Spani-hClub 1. 



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Robert Mc(jirlhv 

'2() ( arnill ( iiurl 

"All r\j>erifiice is an art lo build upon." 

Hob ui u^ itamp coUfctor . . . conttrucui'f critic 

tfiprcuJh uf ichool/ "itfv viUiki'riy' . . . tnlirrtleii tn 

anythtnf fu tio uilh rojio* . - . found uorktnf uf t.tfn*-itf' 
. brtfhl colurt-d ihirti diihkt-f playtng foolbaU and 

iotinhrntti carfff in f/crlrunifs. 



Janice McDonald 

l(> >|)<'lliiian Ko.kI 

"Happiness i> ihe perfecl virtue in a 
perfect life." 

JiMtt (J Mtft I'oirf . . . unu^ua^ urartirnbi' . . . nircr misjps 

u.ufh' "iuriihl. I don't carry ...luund iWPl.HE 

prefen purple pajamas . . . ditliktft *naket . . . coltrge. 

i'.hoTUk I, 3; Pep Club I. 3: Prom Committer 3; ^ t* arbook 
Slaff t; l.ibrar> Club 3; Krriiih Club 3: K. I'. \. 3 



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Mark McCovern 

M) Birch Street 

"It is better to be a free bird than a 
captive kin|:." 

Mark - . . «/m«\» cfi^cr tti It-nd a hand . . . laki'i- t'tfrylhtrtf; 
in slridf . . . itri-at inli-n-M in music . . . "Ili'y, cool il'" . . 
found anyuhcrc, looking for a fiood limi' ... a sports 
enthusiast . . . dislikes beinp cooped up . . . collefie bound. 

Chorus 3. ^■. (.Irr Club 2; Baseball 2; Prom I oinmilt.'r .'<: 
U inliT Irai'k I. 






John McGrath 

7 Sexton .\\enue 

"If the sign of life is in your face, he who 
responds to it will feel secure and fit." 

J . - jour-\ear contributor to the basketball team . . . " ire 
rou kidding mey" . . . on the "Caick Floor" . . . constantly 
trying to avoid practice . . . dislikes cold weather . . . strong, 
silent type . . . tery conscientious . . . college. 

Band 1; Batkelball I. 2. 3. 4: Prom Commiller. 



Paula McNamara 

56 Va'iT^ lew Street 

"The very spirit of life in her nature." 

Haula . . . athletic ability . good sportsmanship 
constantly tripping . . "hour's it goingy" found in girls' 
locker room . . . likes Algebra II . . . dislikes snobby people 
after college, career as physical education teacher. 

Girls' Softball 2. 3. 4: Girls" Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Co- 
caplain 4; Field Hotkey 3. 4; Co-caplain 4; Pep Club 4: Ski 
Club 4. 



Dennis IVIc.Nicholas 

l')'.i Burges.s \\cnuc 

"A man knows not that which he can do 
until he tries." 

\n . . . happy - go -luik^ ittlh a great sense of humor - . . 
"It's a nice day" . . . often found in Marshfield . . . avoids 
the cops . . . aluays where he's not supposed lo be . . . aluay 
ready to lend a hand . . . college. 

Chorus 1.2. 3; (, lee Club 1.2; Koolball 1.2: Pep ( luh 1.2. 
Prom ( omiiiiller 3. 



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Elizabeth McWade 

151 Bur'je>s \veiiue 

"She was made for happy thoughts^ 
playful wit, and laughter/'' 

Liz . . . cheerleader . . . getting tnio accidents . . . "He} 
what can I say!" . . . found in .Mr. Kocina's offn 
life . . . career as an airline stewardess. 



for 



. pal. 
loves 



Soflball 1. 2; Baskelball 1. Manager 2; Cheerleadei 
4; Prom Commillee 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Ski Team 
f)res,s Code Commillee 4: I.ibrar\ (Mub 2; Chorus 
Field Ifoikev I; I'ep Club \. 



2. .!. 
2. 3; 
1. 2: 



Laurel Meyer 

20 Wildwood Dri\e 

""Beauty is not caused, it is." 

(rash . . . lull and icilr\ . . . wears embroidered dungarees 
. . . enjoys dancing . . . bare(eet . . . "if ell, you know. " 
. . . often found eating . . . the Cape . . . likes thunder storms 
. . . dislikes wet leaves . . . college. 

Chorus 3. 4: Glee Club 4: Drill Team 3. 4: Kolk Club i. t. 
Field Hoeke> 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 1; Prom Commillee 3; 
^earbookSlaff 4iKren(hClub 1. 



1970 



INancy IVlillard 

217 Farm Lane 

""The sounds of her laughter shall echo 
forever." 

\ancy ... a sensitive artist . . . good looking . . . sometimes 
very quiet . . . penetrating giggle ... a party-goer . . . 
staunch individualist . . . on the slopes . . . college. 

Chorus 3; Pep Club I. 2: Prom CoinniiUee i. I ibrarv Club 
2: Krem-h Club 2; Ski leam 2. 4. 




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Frank Mortellili 

20 W agon Road 

""He who thinks for himself is a free 
man." 

Frank . . . always barely makes tl on time . . . "Really '.y" 
. . . uorking at I.echmere's gourmet department . . . likes 
baseball . . . a fan of the Red Sox . . . listening to hard rock 
. . . those study halls . . . a warm Heather enthusiast . . . 
dislikes winter. nalurall\ . . . avid stammer . . . college. 

( horus 2. 3. 4: Baseball \. Prom ( oniniillee 3. 

f ransfer from Dedham Ifiph Si hool. 1<»6T. 



Judith IMucciarone 

465 Summer Street 

"'Happiness makes the beauty of beauty." 

Mooch ...■■/ don't think it's right." . . . found at «.( . . . . 
wearing unusual ram hats . . . always in step in color tfuard 
. . . enjoy s fun people . . . dislikes cliques and fuzzy hair . . . 
plans to attend junior college. 

C:horus 3; Drill Team 2. 3; Soflball 1. 2: Baskelball 2: 
Tennis manager 3; Field Horke> I. 2: Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Prom Commillee 3; Yearbook Slaff 1: Color (,uard I. 



Barbara Murray 

19 l.akeshore I)ri\c 

""'Twas her thinking of others that made 
you think of her." 

Barb . . . has made many close frii'nds smte moling to 
If eslwood . . . "4re you kidding'^" . . . icorklng hart! at 
\oricood Hospital . . . dislikes cafeteria lunches . . . plans 
to enter nursing. 

KH\3 

Transfer from Vrlinglon llisli S, hool. ]'Hii{. 



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Gail Nelson 

2'>()|,1 s|oii,.,l Koiid 

"Success is achieved b> those who li\e 
well, laugh oflen, love much" 

tiait . - tall ami stfiuitr . . . frinnnl blui' iut'iU' baf . . . 
"11 Hal a fn-ak'" . . . found in I ini'\ard . . . Iiki't nn'moni's 
of tan tumm*T . . . dtihkt't unreal fifupb' . . . pi-rhapi a 
ita\ tn Spam. 

Compulrr Club 4; Ppp Club 1. 2. 3; Prom Comniitlrr 3; 
Krrnrht Iuli2; Ski Irani 1.2. 



Deborah N<i<ine 
00:5 llifili MrtTi 

"Friendliness brings happiness: a smile 
and words are ihe only expense." 

/>»■/* , ti hi-tpfut vrftamzfr , . , « hotnt of /ii-tltnn lost un\ - 
tcki'fv or any timf . . . skiin/t at Sunaprr . . . "If ou. ti's 
unbeliei-ablf!" . . . with the ftanft . . . iikft skiinft and long 
uatks . . . disUkvi seZ/is/l peopli' and marching on muddy 
football fieidi . . . coltegr. 



Drill Tram's. 1: Folk ( lul> I. I'l 
book Staff I: Skr Club I 



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Koberl ()'(ionnor 

<)J I'iiic l.aii.- 

"A good athlete, a true friend, his popu- 
larity will never end." 

tiKf\ . . . grvat in baski'lbutt and hon'hatt . . . lui/jp^go- 
lucky ... " irv you kidding m^y" . . . found practicing in 
thi' gym . . . dntikfs thosr n-giur\ mt'n . . . college. 

HaKrball I. 2. 3. 4: Ho>>' Ha^ki-lball I. 2. 3. I: INp ( lub I: 
Cro>^Counl^^ I. 




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Steven Olson 

<»0 llighvi.-w SinrI 

"People don't choose their careers, they 
are engulfed by them." 

Siftr . . . the Stcrdc . . . tt ltS\ ronsrrtittionist . . . a 
Haunch iiidmdualist . . . If olden . . . "fhnrnrn" . . . star 
gazing . . . lnolog\ buff . . . running to troik . "I disagree" 
. . . aluas \ reads to debate . . . college. 

Nalional Honor Soi-ic(> 3. 4; (^on^crtalion (!lub I. 2. 3. 1; 
Pr.'>iilrnl I: ( ro.. Counirt t: I rark 1.2.3. I: Chi-.s Club 
I. 2. 3. 1. s.iin.i' fair (innnnll.r I. 2. 3: \«lrononn t: 
% righl I ti\ing 3. i. 




Sheila O'Riley 

•>:} I'arkir Slrccl 

"Let everyone be the master of his own 
time." 

she . . . a professional bovrter . . tfuite ti seamstress . . . 
"U ell ..."... alicass on the ti'te/ihtmi' . . tuirling the 
baton in her spore time . . . future lis a drew designer or a 
bolder 

(horu>3. I:l.li'.'( lull I: folk (lull 3. I. I ibrart ( lub 3. 



James O'Toole 

22 Slaffor.l Hoa.l 

"There is honesty, manhood, and friend- 
ship in him." 

hang . . . o veteran first baseman . . . "Hummer ' . . con- 
slontls fixing his ford but likes Iherss those 

tnglish classes uith Mr. Heurmun icorking at the 

Houte I itlantic . , . summers at (inset . . . the red t U . . . 
enjoss plasing basketball . . . a future electrician. 

Ila.i'liall 1.2. 3. I: Prom Commi 3. 







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IVfartha Pearson 

9 Vi esse Drive 

"Virtue is doubly pleasing in one whose 
form is pleasing." 

Manb . . . I'pteran cheerteadfr . . . aticays laughing . . . 
found in the lower lobby . . . "What a hunk!" . . . a regular 
Alibi goer . . . likes muscular "men", dislikes skinny "men" 
. . . a future phys, ed teacher. 

C.horu» 4; (;ler ( lub 2. \: Niilional Honor Soiiel> i. 1; 
Pep Club 2. :i. t: Girls' Itask.-lliall 1; Cheerleader 2. 3. 1; 
Co-raptain 4; Prom Commitlee 3. 



Gary Perkins 

541 High Street 

"Some think the world is made for fun 
and frolic." 

Sacamore Perrick Clever . . . belongs to Runrt's Raiders 
. . . noted for making animal noises! y! . . . "I'm not impres- 
sed" . . . found in Veie Hampshire . . . likes mntorv\rles. 
skiing, fast cars . . . dislikes people over thirls . , . Cali- 
fornia dreomin, 

Mii Team 3. 



Frankie Perpoli 
6 Brookfield Road 

"Smile and the world smiles wilh you." 

trunk . . . eager for graduation . . . a unique laugh . . . long 
shining hair . . . "Oh W on ! !" . . . cheerful . . . dislikes un- 
friendly people . . . cashier at Hrnckelmitn's . . . business 



:V. I>e|>( lull 1 




Bruce Petlingell 

17 U inslow Street 

"Without music life would be a mistake." 

Bruce . . . tnustcal talent . . . trumpet pla\er . . sarcastic 
humor . . . ".\oic that's a happy thought." . . . found at gas 
station in Dedham . . . likes having his oicn car . . . ilis- 
likes winter harul practices . . . collegi- hound. 



Kami I. 



3, 1; Onhe-lr 



. 3; Dan. e Baiiil 3. t 



1970 




Pamela Poli 

76 ^^ oodridpe Road 

^"Whatever she does, grace orders her 
actions/'* 

Pant . . . ftirty . . . vt'ry latt and slrndfr . . . unusually lortfi 
hair . . . vpry frank . . . "/ always thought you guys trcrc 
u'fird, hut now J'm sun:" . . . found partMng . . . likvs 
sports cars and skiinfi . . dishkfs supfrhinhuass ndU-^v 
bound. 

Chorus 3; (,lee (lub 3; Basketball 1 . 2: I'ep Club 1.2.3. I: 
Prom Commillee 3: Kreneh Club 2. 3; Spanish Club 3: 
F.T.V. 1.2. 



Mary Pond 

l.% Lake Shore Drive 

"She brightens even a sunny day." 

Mars . . . sliding around corners m her car . . . knolcs a lot 
about cars ... "/ don t care. "... fou nil m shop icuh rill the 
boys . . . the color black . . . likes bikes . . dislikes over- 
doing anything . . . horseback riding . . . plans to attend 
college. 

film Club 2. 



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Kiihurd Poiul 

:i ( rdar 1 aiir 

"Hf faff* hi* ^anif and |>la>> it Hell." 

Hiik\ fatthful cvnifibulor to U //>'» music ilfftarimt-nt 

ttn hti muturcyclr . , . etpevialh tikn dancv band 
muur ttkes math . . boating . . driitng the {vvp . - 

dt>ttkft /./ifc/uA . . . u "somf lime" skier . . . cuHefie- 

H^ml I. 2. X ft; Orthr»ir« 2, \. 4; l)amt> lUnd 2. 3. ft. i.Wv 
Hub 1.2. :). 4;l-oolb«ll l:U«-iphil.iritiit;aub 1.2. 



(^hriNttipht'r Poreda 

\:y(}\^ illiartiCinU- 

"For knowledge, loo, is ilself a power." 

Chris . . . inialuahiv Math Team member . . . ilaunth 
Markarian man . . . good coniersalionaliat . . . "U elUll 
ah ...".. . found in the computer room . . . astronomy buff 
. tikes ('alcutusyyy . . . a math mafor. 

Burnt I. 2. :i. ft; OrthrMra \. \: Duntr \U\u\ \. \. ( liuru^ 
I. 2. :t. I; Mrr Club I. 2. H. 1. Malb Irani 2. \. \. Muitd- 
^er. \ ar^iU Ha^rbull I: Ci>in|iiilcr (lub 2. .\. ft: Srifiur 
Kdir ( iiiniiiillrr '■\, 



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Richard Preisler 

9.0 Urook Street 



^'Knowledge is that which truly raises one 
man above another." 

Rich . . . a prohtnn mind and u tfiiti k uii ihosr smirks 

. . . addtnfi "hifthlifchls" to U esiirn ( n <loss . . . "Hvah. 
ktds" . - star f[azing . - . anltHafsludurtnn . . . Hule Hrit- 
lanica! . . . likes biology . . . future acienltsl. 

National Honor Soriel\ .'i. ft; (ionhrrtalion (]ltib 1: Math 
Team 3; Scirnrr Kiclion Hmtk. Club I. 2. .1. ft; Prom (^om- 
miltec :i; Sfiriii^: Iratk 1: \<lroiH>ni\ (lub 1. Prrsiilcnl I. 






Joseph Previtera 

16 Dean Street 

"Patient men win the day." 

y<H' . . . hagte Scout . . . aticayi ready to help out . . . makes 
beautiful furniture in shop . . . "\ice" . . . found at Bay- 
stale Has . . . likes stcimmin/t . . . driving in had weather . . 
hopes to major in criminal justice. 

ConM-rvalioni.lub 1.2. .1. ft; IVp ( lub 1 



Richard Puzas 

76:i (,a\ Street 

^*A little nonsense now and then is 
relished by the best of men." 

"Fooh" . . . great sense of humor . . . indispensable in fool- 
hall and track . . . collects (hufuita banana labels . . . 
"Hole's il goin. guysy" ... in the locker room . . . likes blue 
shirts and ties . . . off to college. 

Rand 1. 2. :*. ft; Conserxalion (lub I. 2. i. I: Knoibalt 2. X 
4: Pep Club 2. X ft; Prom Commillee :t; ( r»" ( <.unir% 2; 
Uinler Irark 1.2. :i. ft; Spring (rark I. 2. .1. 1 



Charlene Quinn 
131 Briar Lane 

^*A soft answer turns away wrath. "'"' 

< hurl .an etfueslrian . . . training horses in her hackvard 
. . . pla\s the trumbiine . . . "Such is life" . . . pretty red 
hair . . . often Hearing her favorite color — blue . - . rash- 
tering in the cafeteria . . . expert on the parallel bars ... a 
career in the airlines. 



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Thomas Reynolds 

W) Briarwood l)ri\e 

"Give me a lever long enough, and a ful- 
crum strong enough, and single-handed I 
can move the world." 

"Housf" . , . I'XIraordtnary lint- matt . . . htn hut hriiin\ . . . 
"coutd bi- tfnsr" . . . tn thf rum/julfr roam . . . mntda 
English tests . . . likes sailing . . . rlisltke^ hiimruurk th, 
piles up . . . future engt 

\alional Honor Soriel\ 3. i: Football I. 2. t. t: ( ompul 
llub 1; Prom Commillfe 3; % eighl litline 2. 3. I 



Linda Rich 

365 Kasi Street 



"Kilher I shall find a way, or make one." 

l.tn . . . hunry-htontle htitr . . . often iveiirs pants . . . "I'oot 
It" . - . found in Slingtoun . . . able to stomach McDonald's 
hamburgers . . . despises school and snobby people . . . 
entering business world. 




1970 




David Roach 

55 Lorin^ Street 

"The most lost day of all is the day in 
which we do not laugh." 

Rogue . . . playing taps during football games . . . in a uhite 
Opel . . "\ice" . . right uing in hockey . . . uilh girh . . . 
i'n]o\s those camping trips to Maim — plans more trips , . . 
a future tn marine biology or radio. 

Chorus t: (.Ice Club 2. I; (.onM-r> alion ( lub I. _>: Sciem .• 
KillHin Hoiik Hub 1. 2; llo.kei 2. .(. 1. 



Karen Robinson 

300 Mi{;li Street 

"Music is the universal language of 
mankind." 

Karen . . . talented musician . . . always ready with a 
humorous remark ... "7 just don't believe it!" . . . pas- 
sionateh against calculus tests - - . skiing in t ermont . . . 
college-bound 

Hand I. 2. .). t: Sludrnl Dirrrliir I: ( om rrl inislrt-,, \: 
Onhrslra 2. :). li l're»Kli-nl I: (,!.■.■ Club L 2. H. t; \ll- 
Slalf Hanil 3. t: S K Distrul Hanil 3. t: \ii ompanisi t; 
* orld \ffair» Club 3: llarleiiuin 3; ■» earbook Staff 4 



Peter Robinson 

M)5 Oak Street 

"Strongest minds are after those whom 
the noisy world knows least." 

Pete . . . welcome addition to the football team . . . usually 
ffuiet, but ver\ dependable . . . weekend jogger . . . sports 
enthusiast . . . a dignified moustache! . . . college bound. 

Koolball 1.2. I. 



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KobtTl K<>>ul 

"Hi- »;i\» are »»>•» «>f plea>aiiln«*ss and 
all his paths are peace." 



(fuih- II ImrHnnr sinftrr 
mi'mhi'r iif thi- pt-rcui: 



Huh <iui.l hul In. lull 

/uunti al t upitnt Markft 

w-rlion - - ami fan of It Takvi I Thii'f . . . fiilfinf anil 

uah'e ikiinit . . . a carvvr in fiurirnmrnl. 

ttmui I. J.:i;()r.hr.lra2.». I; Choru. 2. :t. I: (,lrr ( lul. 1. 
I. Vtorlil \rrair. (lull t. I: Ma.k.'lli.ill I: ( <.m|<ul.'r ( lull 
■>: « inlrr I rail 2. X 



Donna Kyan 

«)K {.(illiurii Strt-fl 

"A fresh, a free, a friendly pirl." 

Dairn . . . tall and sti'ntlvr . . . uhal about fiiur if/ipi'/ 
tinltiyyy . . . "Ilry. uhat's haftprninf'f'" . . . liki-s \Kh. 
Jafuiirs, thi' oci'an . . . dislikrs limn brans iiiid ffvt . . . 
futuri- minli'linn. i-ivntually ciillrfti-. 

( aini-ral Club \. Kiilk Cluh 3. I: Ila.krlball .1: Managrr ul 
lla.lM-lball 1. I>rp Club 1.2. :<. I; Nahalan Srv>> 2: llaiiil I. 



Jeffrey Kyan 

U)T Ilin li Ircr Drive 

"Opinion in man is knowledge in the 
making." 

Jfff . . iibilit\ In sla\ aim- . . . ii ili-iiih'il muyii inn 
playinn ihv iiiimii from lOOI.W I.U. thniufli an ampti- 
fivr faiiirilf rxpriiniin unprinlablr . founil iil llotlan 
or trnhi-rft . . . bulk ttkfs aittl ilnlikrs iinmrn futurr 

plans — i-ithvr a succi'ssful I'timposrr nr < rimttuit 

Hanil.l. J:K.ilk(lubH 

Iran. fir Muil.iil Inim l(i.\bur> I aim in I'HiB 




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David Sargent 
127 K(l);cwoo(i Road 

"Nothing ran eome out of the musician 
that is not in the man." 



Sarftf . . . automnliii' and musical knowli'd^f ... a rrady 
imili' . . . di'i'p ihinki'r . . . "Oh yi'ah!" . . . found in ihi' 
parking lot . . . makrs ihr ici-ru* at thr tliht . . . affinity for 
any tvpi' of car . . . mvchanical and automolivi' I'nftini'rring. 

Ilanil l.2.:<. t. Il;iiir.' Kami I 



\ irginia Schock 

'■V^ Kidjiewooil K()a<l 

"Devout yet cheerful, active yet re- 
signed." 

(finnir . . . musii alh cri'Otiii- . . . plays fluti- and violin . . . 
I'stablishi-d Itiirlrtiuin rditor and contributor . . . sincere 
. . . "I'm flunktn' ricrs thing!" ... in the music room . . . 
dislikes long If cstrrn (u. arvsiftnmcnts . . . u futari' pwch 
major al Mount llolyokc. 

Hanil I. 2. .{. J; Onhr.lra I. 2. \. \. Choru- 2. 1. (.Ii-i- 
Club 1. 2. 3. \: National Honor So(ii-l> .). I; W orld \ffair. 
Club »; llarlvi|uln 1.2. :). t; I'rmn ( omniillif i: Him ( Inb 
:*: Nahalan \ti%- 2 



^ illiam Scoble 

27 I'inc l.ane 

"if we have sufficient will, we should 
always have sufficient means." 

Hill -a man of sportsmanship . . . aluass leaning against 
lockers . . . acid uater skier . . . memories of the summer 
. . . tcatching the color guard . . . college 



Koolball I. 2. .1; 
1.2 



I Comrnilli'i' :l. Ilo.ki". .i. I. I rai k 



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Margaret Sheehan 

71 Strasser A\enue 



"Always ready, always there, always 
willing to do her share." 

Peggy . . . "Mr. ff atsb. I don'l undcrsland'.!" . . . cro- 
chpting vpsts in school . . . candid . . . at drill warn practice 
. . . working at l^pchmcrps' . . . folk music . . . dislikes high 
school dances and sane people . . . college bound. 

Chorus 1; Glee Club 2; Drill Team 4; Folk Club 1. Harle- 
quin 1: Compuler Club 2; Pep Club 3; l.ibrarv Club 1. 
Film Club I: French Club 1. 



Paula Sheehan 

62 Vi illow Street 

"I make the best of all that comes, and 
the least of all that goes." 

"She" . . . red hair and freckles . . . quietly gets into mis- 
chief . . . never tcalks. nluavs ii-ants a ride . . . "you've got 
to be kidding" . . . found with Linda . . . likes the Cape . . . 
future plans in the making. 

Pep Club 3. 4; Prom Commillee 3: F.H.^. 2; F.T.A. I; 
\ahalan\ews 1.2. 



Edward Sherlock 

14 Cushin«; Road 

"I am what I wish to be when I wish to 
be it." 

Ed . . . loyal member of the Film Club . . . being teased 
about bis fat lip . . . at Spence's . . . always in Oedham . . . 
listening In music . . . likes the opposite se.x . . . dislikes 
\orwood and English It . . . the freshmen! . . . college. 

Pep Club 4: Film Club I. 2. 3. 4: Winter Trark 2. 




1970 



Karen Sjostedt 

169 Nahatan Street 

"Heaven lent an angel's beauty to her 
face." 

Karen . . . soft spoken . . . musicnlh inclined . . . sweet 
personality . . . blinking . . . goes for tall guys ... ") ou 
know" . . . eating carrots . . . found walking the baby . . . in 
\ew Hampshire . . . avoids impatient people . . . dislikes 
S4 T's . . . future in physical therapy, college. 

Band 1, 2. 3. 4: (;iee Club 3. 4: Basketball Mpr 3. »; Field 
Hoike> 1.2. 3. 4; I'rorn I ommitlee 3: ^ earbook Siafl » 




Leonore Simon 

665 Ciapboardlree Street 

"Individuality is the salt of common life.'''' 

Lao . . . always talking . . . energetic . . . a big smile . . . 
friendly . . . "tje's cute, does he have a girlfriends" . . . 
seen with the football players . . . enjoys parlies and people 
. . . dislikes i Igebra . . . a future psych major. 

Student Couneil 3; Pep Club 3. 4; Student Senate: National 
Forensic League 2, 3; Latin Club 2. 3. 

Transfer from Marshall High. 1969. 



Kevin Smith 

195 Washington Street 

"Nothing can cover his high fame but 
heaven." 

Smilly . . . tall, blue-eyed individualist . . . long sideburns 
. . . quiet but friendly . . . "L ghhh ..."... bombing 
around in a gray, fishtailed Cadillac . . . tikes unusual 
people and short skirts . . . dislikes slacks on girls . . . shuns 
the barber shop. 

Football 1. 3; Basketball U Cross Countr> 2. 4; Winter 
Track 2. 3. 4: SprinR Track 1. 2. 3. 4. 




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Klisf Sola 
IHl.len Kua.l 

°° I hf will fannul bf runipelled." 

v>/. '.W> /u/ <.ii../lif-( tairuluu, "Mulhtr" 

liuc* >Af Aaif ajtuin^f wituoi''' . . . plans tu bfcuntf a 

thuru. I. 2. i: folk » lub 1. IVp Hub 1. 2. 3. \. Prom 
( uiiiiiiilirr i: Wiirtiuuk SmU I; I ibrMr> Club I. 2; Film 
(lub I. Kulurr Muiiiriiidkrr- J. I: tulurr IVdi lii-r> I. 2: 
Hu.inr.. (lub I 



Mar<<hu Sparks 
1 1 Sunrise Koad 

"'Vi> true pold can do much, bul beauty 
more." 

Muihtf , - lltfly . . . Caplam uf Mii/nrfllrh . - . nrter 
knuu-t uht-rr shf's gotitf . . . "Oh. I varv rtfhl!" . . . tiki-i 
skiing in I frmonl . . . tlisliki-i bi-inp trtin-fl . . . ptum ii 
buiini'ss career. 

PrpClub I. 2. I: I ibrarv (lub 2; Maji>ri-llr. i. ( u|itaiii I. 
I'rum ( oinmilirr I. ^rdrbiiiik ^liill I. ilu- (lub I 




.ji,^J>C'. 



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Mark Spauldinf; 

99MaNlair DriNf 

"Men of few words are ihe besl men." 

Spitls . fttttid hiirkry ami pilf pi(t\i-r . . . fi'ry undt'r- 
standing . . . chifipfd loolb and broki-n glasses . . . "ire vou 
kiddinn rnt''^" . . . dtiliki-s atfi'hra . . . rollrgp. 

fcM.lliall I. Il<»k<'> \.-2.:L I. (,(ilf 2. 3. 4. 





Donna Sprague 
14>*al<l<. \^a\ 

"Patience is the besl remedy for every 
trouble." 

/)aun - . tnditidualtl\ . . . "Kfvp it tm in-" . - . found 
uhi'rfii'r thv action is . . . Ilki'S music and Hit turtle . . . 
dislikes boring class gossip . . . plans to uork. 

Pfl.(:lub2. .». Spanl.hClub:). 



Maureen Sullivan 

170 Ma\fair l)ri\e 

"Kindness is wisdom." 

Maun-en ahilif. to make friends talented actress . . . 
a pretty smite "I'm going doun the Cape this iceekend" 
. . . seen in the u:hite station uagon . . . at Manomrt hell 
bottoms . . . lifeguarding . dislikes school plans to 

enter college. 

l,irW Ba.kflbail I. 2. National Honor So.ieU i: l)ehalin|> 
I. 2; Drama (lub 2. »: National The»iiian SoiieiN 

Transfer -tuileni (rom St l'iu> \. IW) 



Karen Swann 

150 Arcadia Road 

"Music is well said lo be the Speech of 
angels." 

Karen . illustrious four-year member of Double Quartet 
. . . unable to eat before concerts . . . iruitvtdualistir . . . 
ter\ intelligent . . . "Heyy . ." . . . found in the music 
room . - . likes maxicoats and Mr. Mark . . . college. 

Band 1.2.3. 1; Orchpslra I. 2. 3. 4; Chorus 1.2.3. I. (.Ire 
Club I. 2. 3. I; Ml Stale Chorus 2. 3. 1; Double (.)uarlel 
I. 2. 3. 1; National Honor Soiiet-, 3. 1; V. orld \ffairs Club 
4; Harlequin 3: Pep Club h Distriet Chorus 1.2. 3.4. 



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Christine Talley 

5 Brook Street 

'"Beauty is harmony, and 
melody" 



grace is 



Chris ... (J loMil checrU'adi-r . . . unKjUf scarifs . . . in- 
feclious gigg/c . . . "That's fantasttc!" . . . found wtlh Carol 
. . . Ukps Brut 7.5 . . . driving her rt'd I. TO . . . on to college. 

Chorus 2, :!. 4: (,lce Club 2. 3. 4: Pep Clul) 1. 2: Cheer 
leader 3. 4; Prom Commillee 3. 



Sarah Taylor 

1028 High Street 

"All good things which exist are the fruits 
of originality." 

S.J. . . . creative . . . avid astrology fan . . . colorful himk- 
covers . . . scarves . . . "You knou- ichat you can thy.'" . . . 
expert seamstress . . . those physics lahs . . . career as an 
architect after attending Carnegie- Melton. 

Chorus 4: (;lee Club I. 2. 4; National Honor So< ien 3. t. 
Seeretar> 3; Malh Team 2. 3, 4: Harlequin I. 2. 3; Prom 
Commillee 3. eo-rhairmaiu Krenrh C4ub 2. 3; Seience Kair 
Committee 2. 3; Drama Ke«liial 2 



Peter Vaas 

175 Colburn Street 



1970 



"A courage mightier than the sun — you 
rose, you fought, and fighting won!" 

,\i//y . . . athletic ability in any sport ... a great auctioneer 
. . . very well dressed . . . "Be serious now. uUl ya'/" . . . 
found in the locker room . . . likes good times . . . likes 
practice!:'! . . . Holy Cross. 

Chorus 4; StuilenI Counril I. 2. 3. 4; Baseball I. 2. 3. t; 
Football I. 2. 3. 4. Co-eaplain 4: Basketball I. 2. 3. 4; 
(*rom Commillee 3; Student Senate 4. 






James Vernon 

189 Pond Street 

"IVlan carries the world in his head; the 
whole astronomy and chemistry sus- 
pended in a thought." 

.Itm . very intelligent . . . able member of the t ictorinus 
Malh learn . . uitts remarks are spontaneous ... '7 .se*- 
II hat ir,u m.Yin. hut ..".:. usually on the track . . . e.x- 
Iremi-h pensive about physu s tests . . . a future scientist. 

Hand 1. 2. 3. 4: Oreheslra I. 2; National Honor Soriel> 3. 
t; Malh Team 2. 3. i: W inter Trac k I. 2. 4; Spring Traek 
1.2: \stronom% Club 1. 



David Vogel 

31 Countrv Lane 

"Virtue is bold., and goodness never 
fearful." 

I oges . . . co-captain of the Football Team . . . alivays im- 
peccably dressed . . . checking out girts ..." ihhhhhhhh!" 
. . . found in the lu.xury cruiser . . . dislikes gym and girls 
who wear long skirts . . . college. 

Baseball 3. 4; Koolball 1.2. 3. (: (o-iaplain \. I'r,>m I nm- 
mittee 3; tkns' llorke\ 2: Spring Iraek 2. 



Deborah Wakefield 

20 Rock Meadow Road 

"No perfect thing is too small for eternal 
recollection." 

Ih-b . . . promoter of new ideas . . . I'xiensive wardrobe . . . 
"I'm so matt" . . . found cheering in lower lobb\ . . . tikes 
doodle bugs . . - hates insincerity . . . plans for college. 

Chorus I. 2. 3. 1: Clee ( lub 2. 3. k Student Couiiiil I. 2. 
3. See. t; llarl,-,|um I. IVpClub I . ( :heerleailer 2. 3. Capt. 



4;Pr. 



1 Commillee 3. (.o-e hair 



. Student Senate 4. 



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Kunald ^ alers 

«L' h i-lur Siroi'l 

"Think likr a man uf action, and act like 
a man of thought." 

Huhhtt h'unii on th*- huiki-lbail court ... a ifnaiite 

athli-U- . IUrl\ Mil/l tt-aeht-ra in l/l«* nil* u-jnjr . . . "it\ 
tn-i-n rral" . . . tn ihi- bumh*-r . . . Iiki's cheerti'adfn . . . 
has (/uu/ms ahtmt calculus tesis . . . plans Iti slutly lau. 

( h<>ru> I. IIhtImII I. 1. :l. I; ltii«krll>all \.l. X \. Captain 
l;( i>ni|>ulT( lull I. l>rom( iiiniinll.'i':t;( r<i.<(:i>lii>lr< I 



Ken Vt'ayne 

<>l K(l-:cu I Koiiil 

"The ^real thin;; in life is not so much 
where we are standing as in what direc- 
tion we are moving." 



Fishtail . . . ri'fusi's to ui-ar socks . . 
you knoic!" . . . driiinfi around i 
invitational parties . . . likes skiinfi . 



flOOIX luh . . "Ili-y. 
I his bun ■ ' dislikes 
. afraid of hifth hills. 



Haiiil 1. 2: NUr of hnolball I: Mgr. uf ( ru»> (ounlrv I; 
Pep Club I; I'ri.m ( oniiiiill,-,- :t. ( ro" ( ounlrv 2; I ra. k 2: 
Ski Team 2. :t 



Kirhard Vt'ayshville 

18 l.a Salic Koad 

^'Music washes away from the soul, the 
dusi of everyday life." 

tf aysh . . . illustrious member of D.Q. . . . wearinfi his 
sneakers . . . riT ^ understiitidinft - ■ . "Hotate" . . . rolled up 
sleeies . . . all(a\s itrinntnit . . . fourul in ti dark room . . . 
loves photoftraphy . . . dislikes olives . . . off to jail.' .'. 

Ban.l :i. I: OreheKlra I; Chorus 3. I; (.lee Club 2. H. I; 
Double yuarlel .). »; Chemislrv Club I; ( onipuler < lub .); 
Kilni Club 2: (.olr leant 1.2. i. I 




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David Webster 

f)8 (.arroll \\t'ruir 

""To be, ralher than lo seem." 

If'fh . . . suhllr uil . . - a trrunn gmt . . . rradinfi short 
UortPS ... a Franrophtli- . . . "Oh. I don't ran'!" . . . found 
at Holiday Inn . . . /oi r% hnlinn foodf- . . . hates lo urito 
critical fssa\s . . . draiis fitr n hohh\ - . . fttlurr tn molvt 
managt'mt'nt. 



Gregory W eider 

16 Ihomp-^on \\t'iuir 

*^As prone lo mischief, as able lo perform 
il." 

tt if!% . . drttlush smilf . . m-ulv grou n hvard " trr 

you kuidinft, mt-y" . found icilh U arn-n . Itkrs motor- 
cyclfi . . . uhat'i hi- got against tiick Pond's motorryclf':''/ 
. . . trip to huropf. 

Consrrxalinn ( lul) 2. Film (lub 2. :i; Ski I lam 2. .i. 



Betly Jo Weiser 

9.5 Tamarack Road 

"Everyone likes a girl who comes righl 
out and says what she thinks/'* 

//, J. . . . gri-at on a hash'thall court. . . uitty . . . rollri ting 
atirndanrr sitps . . . "Oh. romf on" . . . found in ihr 
rtosft!?! . . . uill nfVfr urar nt'W shots to school again . . . 
Itkis graduate mm and skiing . . dt.slikrs gvtting sick . . . 
planning to go to collogv. 



Sludrni Counril I. 2. 3. 4: Treaf^urir 3; National tlomir 
So. ip|> 3. 4; r.irU' Basketball I. 2. 3. 4: Pfp Cluh I. 2. 3. 
I: (! her r leader 2: Prom Committee 3: Sluclenl St-nalr 3; 
Spanioh Club I. 2: Kuiure Tearhers 2. 1. 

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Mary While 

168 Strasser Avenue 

'''Imagination is ihe air of the mind." 

Ua\r . . , fnntasttc artistic ami musicat talrnl . . . imitations 
if anybody . . . a fttrl bassly! . . . Hit "^hnul" Inu^h . . . 
xilh Frank Zappa I hrr I iota) . . . icitd bus rides home 
from the Charles Playhouse . . . summers at florseneck . . . 
-ollefte. 

Band 4: ()rrhe>lra i. I. i;horu^ t; (.lee Club I: National 
Honor Soeiel> ii. I; Kolk Club .!. I: Prom Committee 3; 
^ earbook Staff 4; Freiieh Club i. 



Kalherine Wiggin 

27 Hartford Street 

"Give the best you have and the best 
comes back to you." 

If i^s . . . Katie . . . cute personality ... a ftreat asset to 
girls' sports . . . aluays ready to have fun . . . those math 
classes . . . "Oh, come on.'" . . . at the Brook . . . likes bunny 
fur and shoe stores . . . dislikes bus drivers and snowballs 
...off to college. 

Chorus i. \. Glee Club I: lla>ketball 2. 3. I. Kielil Hoeke> 
1.2.3. 



Leslie Wilfinger 

178 Hartford Street 

"Is not music the food of love?" 

U tlh . . . an apt musician . . . shy smile . . . "I don't knoic" 
. . . belt bottoms . . . at (ireater Bostonltins' practice . . 
avoids spinach and Elvis P. . . . enjoys basketball . . . a 
future in music. 

Hand 1. 2. 3. 4; Orehestra 2. 3. 4; Chorus 2. 3. 4: (ilee ( lub 
2. 3. t: National Honor SoeieU 3. 4: District Band 2. 




Christopher Williams 

96 Woodridge Road 

"Men of few words are the strongest 
men." 

If dl\ . . . long hair ... a dreamer . . . "If ell'/" . . . found 
working . . . vegetarian . . . likes old books and Tolstoy . . . 
hopes to go to Scotland . . ; always fashionably dressed. 

World Affairs Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Weight Lifting 1. 2. 3. 4. 



1970 




Diane Witzeman 

1 1 Pine Kane 

"It's nice to be natural when you're 
naturally nice" 

l)l . . - fine equestrian, walking into garage doors "l)h 

wou" . . . the "Pot" . . . eating banana splits . . . midnight 
phone calls . . . college. 

Pep Club I; Prom Ciommittee 3; Warbook Staff li Bu-i- 
ness Club 3. 4. 



Janel Wong 

200 Carroll \\eniie 

"Involvement makes beauty attractive, 
knowledge delightful and wit good- 
natured." 



Janet ... a versatile leader . . . unusually long hair . . 
intelligent . . . fanatical collector of hrtc-a-brac . . . lovel' 
clothes . . . ")ou're kidding me!" . . . adores pink . . . i 
watch . . . dislikes having her name pronounced wrong 
college. 



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Student Council 4; Drill Team 1. 3. 4; National Honor 
Sociel> 3. 4; W orld \ffairs Club 3. t; \ icePres. t; Harle- 
quin 1. 3. 4: Co-Chairman of !*roin 3; (.lo-editor of Year- 
book 4; French Club 2. 3. i: Science Fair Committee 3- 
Nahatan News I. 2; Drama >\ orkshop 3. 






Paul Vt yman 

HI W t-Hh hf-lcr I)ri\e 

"A ^uoil coiiverHaliuiialist says uhul 
someone wants lo remember." 

l*aut . taivnt in plaMnfi thf tutm . tiUtn^ liith/jops 
ttltea\* ueartnn a *itrtluru\ tual . . . "f'm ilim^rtiinfi 
/usi for thf iakf of arnumfnl." . . . tikei (tumiatf arui 
>aurun . van do uiihoui tinfoil . . . future muuc major. 

Hunil 2, t. I. Onhr^lni 3. I: Chorui^ 1, 2. 3. I; iAtr Club 
I. 2. .1. 1; KolL Club :t; lUrlequiii :i: Cninpiiier (lub 2: 
'^patiikh (tub 3: [>i»lru-i ChoruA 4. 



Janiee ^ akel 

i:>n llit;hSin'«'l 

"Dnresi of spirit is a mark of life." 

) ak*- . . . "I don't cart' anymore" . . . flirting . . . hrifihl 
rluihfs wry ficklf . . in the Caprice . . . atuays ready 

to lake on a challenge . . . likes \ticke\ \fousf' uatche\ . . . 
dislikes ducks . . . college bound. 

Majnrpih-s 3. I; K.N.\. I. 2; <,irU" Nofiball i: Pi-p Club 1. 
2. 3. 1. I^rotn (ioininillft' 3. 




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In Memoriam 



Arthur F. Kalfopulos 
Februan 14, 1953 
February 16, 1970 




There's a lonely sadness in sunset 
With the horizon miles away 
A nd the arms of the sky beckoning 
us on 

Our eyes are fixed into the distance 
Rushing to meet our dreams of glory 
Yet we stop to think and look back 
at a happy past 

The rich dense fog has rolled away 
Revealing a golden path to happiness 
Our mind like a mirror reflects our achievements 
and its purpose 

As we walk on the road of fortune 
We turn around; a tear drops onto the road 
The Sun has opened its heart and the tear 
remains with us 



— Art Kalfopulos 




Together we gather. 

Huddled on the bank of maturity. 

Shivering amid the gusts of change hut 

Willing to share the warmth we've yet to find. 

Together we see 

The turbulent waters of growth beneath us. 

Leaving us suddenly cold, intuitively knowing 

That we've yet to pull free of youth's currents. 

Together we stand 

Grasping our present, fearing inevitable tides. 

Searching our pasts for clues to our future 

But still believing, if only in ourselves. 

Together we go 

Hoping, accepting, hoping to be accepted 

Into that very world which we have resisted. 

Have often tested, but have somehow come to love. 

A lone 

Each must face the seasons, the storms, the winds; 

Each must find his own warmth, his own worth; But all. 

All shall find comfort, remembering that, this far, 

We've come 

Together. 

— Ann Jacobs 




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Senior Class History 



Mov« liiiinilialinu up licre iii llic l)lfa('licr'<! Kxcrvoiic can 
>e«' v^eVe oiiIn freshmen — VI ell. soon we'll be sophomore* and 
have some untler-riassnien to look (lov\n on. rhe\"re reading; 
ihe senior (la-* lii»lor\ now. \\ e"ll never ^et thai far or (It) that 
murh . . . W e never «'\en thought \\f\\ fiet through that first 
(lav vviih those scarv upperclassnien. conlusin^ corridors and 
unpredictable new tea( hers making us feel like we didn't be- 
lotifi! ^^ ell. we made it this far with oidv a few adjustiii iits to 
our new environment. Somchovv our ollicers fjoi cifcted and 
^ave our class active representation in the school — Mike Mc- 
(.overn. Nina (>igante. Deb (lark and Bruce (javnor. Vk e be- 
"an to show our independence and enthusiasm bv sponsoring; 
our fir->t dant c and bv inau-iuralinfi Wc-lwood High's first 
freshman toolball team. Ihe teacher- re-pect iis more novv. 
and we even knovv a levv upperclas-meii l)v name! One dovsn 
and three to go! 

Class Dav. i%8 

Look at the freshmen in those bleachers! (iee. it feels good 
to be sitting back here in chairs, jusi like the upperclassnien. 





The officers this vear are Mike McCiovern. \ina Giganle. 
Deb Clark and \nn Jacobs. Accomplishments included dis- 
sections and blood tests in Biology, our memorable "(Grape- 
fruit king" (Bruce (iavnor. who elsey). our second success- 
ful dance, and the first underclass drama, "'rhe Flattering 
^^ ord ". featuring Scott Havward, Karen LaCerda. and Paul 
'W vman. Our winning sophomore scientists showed early signs 
of dominating next year's Science Fair. In sports, the J.V. 
Basketball team won the Dual (!ountv championship. ^X e can 
now understand scheduling despite the '"aid" of the computer. 

Ihe school presented no shocking discoveries this year, ex- 
cept the one that we're still underclassmen — but very able 
ones. 

Class Dav. 1969 

Now that were juniors we know that the freshmen are on 
the bleachers and the sophomores are behind us. Thai's un- 
important, because were behind the seniors now and this 
time next vear we'll be uf) there . . . but that's loo scary to 
think about now. 

This was a good year for us! Our successful officers of last 
year kept their posts. The band had the honor of being invited 
to perform at hCnway Park for a nalionallv televised Patriots' 
game. ^^ e faced with terror and blank minds, spooky S.A.T.'s 



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and awfuIAchie\ements. Nevertheless, we lived through those 
tests, oecupying ourselves with a couple of dances, trving to 
stuff our treasury. Then panici Prom! The whether-to-go-to- 
Wonderland-or-Camelot debate began. Wonderland won; 
preparations slowly got under way as we envisioned our gym 
"Through the Looking Glass." Problems over the color of the 
ceiling paper and the finding of enough teapots were finally 
settled, and the gym magically took on fantasyland brilliance 
under the scrutiny of Mr. Baker and chairmen Sarah Taylor, 
Deb Wakefield, and Janel Wong. It seemed impossible to us 
that the drab old gym could be so transformed with flowers, 
caterpillars and mushrooms: the end result delighted us all. 
Even the music was different. For the first time a rock group, 
the Dave Colt Group, played at a W.H.S. Prom. 

But it's all behind us now, and were almost seniors! 

Class Day. 1970 

Can you believe it? It hardly seems possible that our histo- 
ry is being read today. It all happened so fast. We almost wish 
that we were up in the bleachers today, just so we could think. 
"U e'll never become seniors!" Somehow we all envv those 
carefree freshmen . . . 

Class Day. 1967 

W hat with Loring photos, the annual Pancake Festival, and 



an exciting, winning football team, under the leadership of 
Coach Marx, we hardly noticed the time go. Of course, we 
had to elect officers again: this year thev are Mike McGovern. 
Sandi Costello, Brad Rushton and Ann Jacobs. Sharing our 
hectic senior life as a good student and a much appreciated 
friend is our South African A.F.S.'er, Sallv Anne Heaven. 

^e showed off our scholastic achievement with a record 
seven N.M.S.Q.T. semi-finalists and eleven commended stu- 
dents. A seemingly impossible milestone was achieved — the 
abolishment of the old dress code. Miss Bolles courageously 
accepted the challenge of coaching girls" basketball. Using our 
abundance of senior talent as a way of enriching our class, we 
sponsored the lucrative Senior Class Talent Auction. Our 
Agatha Christie money-maker Ten Little Indians came off as 
an excellent who-done-it: naturally, we did it well! 

All that activitv didn't keep us from the college conferences 
(lets see. how many times did I escape gym because of 
those?). We managed to overcome abominable applications 
and top-secret-transcript worries. 

Now that everything's done and said, we peer confidently 
at years ahead: now that everything's said and done, we gaze 
wistfully at green years gone. 

— Jean Fritchman 



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wmt. 



* 




MOST SCHUUL SPIRIT 
Lois Camprnrlla. Dick Puzas 



CLTEST 
Sandi (x>slello. Dan Brown 




Super Seniors 





MOST ATHLKTIC 
Paula Mc>ainara. Mike McGovern 



MOST POPtLAR 

Ann Jacobs. Mike McGovern 




BEST ACTORS 
Mary \( hile. Bob Cook 

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Sarah Tavlor. Bruce Gavnor 





BEST DRESSED 
Janice Curran, Larry Howe 




BEST 

Sarah Taylor. 



MOST MUSICAL 
Karen Swann. Hick Vt ayshville 




BEST DANCERS 
Pam Poll, Larry Howe 



DONE MOST FOR THE CLASS 
Debbie Wakefield, Bruce Caynor 





BEST LOOKING 
Martha Brink, Pele Vaas 



BEST STUDENTS 
Kathv Ekiund, Rich Preisler 




CLASS WITS 
Mary White, Barry Bamberg 



CLASS FLIRTS 
Janice Yakel, Rich Conforti 




Seventy's Finest 



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Through the Looking Glass'' 



riu' (.rand March 

After literally stepping "Througih the I.ooking 
Class" on May 16. 1969. parents and students 
entered the fantasy world of Alice in Vt onderland. 
Breath-taking murals, twinkling lights, giant fo- 
liage and flower-filled teapots miraculously trans- 
formed the gym. Flanked by an army of "card- 
men," the Dave Colt Croup entertained. The tradi- 
tional (irand March was followed by the coronation 
of Laura Heard as queen. She reigned, along with 
her court, from a "Mushroom" throne surrounded 
by a colorful garden guarded by a bumblebee. Mr. 
Baker and chairmen. Sarah Taylor. Debbie Wake- 
field and Janel Vi ong directed the junior class in 
presenting this outstanding prom. 






The Queen and her court: Seated, left to right: K. Thompson, k. (iollfried. M. Brink. J. Calogero. Standing: P. Sloan. S. Ta>lor. 
L. Heard. \. (Jigante. k. \eilson. 



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Ten Little Indians 



CAST 
( In order of appearance ) 



ROCKRS 

MRS. R0(;KRS 

FHKI) WKHXCOTT 

\KH\( IWmORNE 

IMIll ll» I OMHVRD 

ANTHONY MARSTON 

\^ II 1 I \M HI.ORK 

(.KNKKM NUCKKNZIK 

tMll.\ HKKNT 

SIR LAW RKNCE WAR(;RA\ K 

DR. XRMSIRONf. 



(ilenn Hough 

l.enore Simon 

Robert Landry 

Linda Coleman 

Peter \ aas 

Scott lla) ward 

Robert (^ook 

I)a\ id \ Ogel 

Mar> W hite 

Richard Preisler 

Dan Brown 



On March 12-13 the Senior Class scored a sell- 
out success with Afiatha Christie's classic. Ten 
Little Indians. Miss \ anderhoek. aided bN Student 
Director Ann Jacobs. Technical Director Tom 
Reynolds, and Stage Manafjer Paul \\>man, di- 
rected this thrilling murder mystery. 

Set in an eerie mansion off the British coast. 
Ten Little Indians allowed talented seniors to 
displa\ their abilities. Richard Preisler as the hom- 
icidal maniac. Linda Coleman and Pete \ aas as 
the >oung couple. Mar> White as the prudish 
spinster, and Bob Cook as the blustery detective 
delighted the audience. 




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UNDERCLASSMEN 
LNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 




UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 
UNDERCLASSMEN 



Underclassmen (uii der -klas man, -klas -), n. pi 
-men, freshmen, sophomores, and juniors at any 
school; those who have not completed their courses. 



THE JLMORS 




Class Advisors: Seated, left to ripht: Mr-. Hergeii. Mrs. I'trrx. Mrs. VI enl- 
zell. Miss Coiifidoii. Standing: Mr. Maker. Mr. Sarris. Missing from photo: 
Mrs. Kalon. Mrs. Sludc-r. 



Class Officers: President — Koberl \X haleii: \ iee-l'residenl — Janire Ma- 
hone>: Seiretar\ — Janel .Sulli\an: Treasurer — Palrieia Case\. 



Class of '71 • Class of '71 • Class of '71 • Class of '71 



First row. left to right: (^ostello. 
Dion. (.onlin. \<lleman. (!ase>. 
Dudash. Coffe\. .\ndrpHs. Badjjer. 
Finn. Fuller. Clanfrocra. Vrnold. 
Andrews. Carrigan. Second row: 
Filzpatrick. Benson. Cook, hurke. 
Calo. Kceleslone. \nderson. Case. 
Berlo. \llimar. Barden. Mdus. 
Buleau. l)ono\an. D'Alessandro. 
Third row: R. Brooks. ^. Brooks. 
Clark. Dellbarn. Bishop. Croak. Ben- 
ner. Bo\le. Ballin. Brown. Oeca. 
Bertazzoni. Blane\. Brings. 




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First row, left to right: Glacy. Bero, 
LaCroix. Henderson. Hamilton, kel- 
lev. V. Holland. Lozier. Xngelus. 
Lundberg. Killelea. J. Holland, 
Howard. Lindenmayer. Ha\es. 
Second row: L\nrh. Kocina. Hadle\. 
LaCerda. Izbickas. Kane. Gemba. 
Graham, khouri. Kase. Harding. 
Haskell. Keyes. Jar\is. Houland. 
Lolhrop, Grela. Third row: Keltie. 
Hannon. Hayward. Hatcher. Batch- 
elder. Griffin. LaFonlaine. I.indholm. 
Hunt. Hall, kontrimas. Lannamann. 
Landrv, Love. 



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First row, left to right: Madge. 
Pendleton. McCarthy. Mahone\. \i- 
coll. Martin. Oli\erio, Nannicelli. Mul- 
roy. Mckeough. New by. Pitchford. 
Neilson. Madden. Onorato. Second 
row: McAvoy. Pavone. Peters, \ewell, 
Gordon, Monac. McLaughlin. Pat- 
terson, M. McGrail, Paolucci, N\e, 
Plakias, F. McGrail. Manchester. 
Third row: Prendergasl. Perkins, 
Mar\as, Masters, Polechronis. 0"%eil. 
Otis. Mahan. 




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ass of '71 • Class of '71 • Class of '71 • Class of '71 




First row, left to right: Ricci. Spence. 
Zoda. Schatz. Rossetti. Systrom. J. 
.Sullixan. U hillen. Slen. \Xestha>er, 
Zagami. Spinello. Ru>-cll. Skarinka, 
luells. Second row: Toma.-ello. 
Tavlor. Starr. Sulprizio. \ iar. Spidi. 
Siegle. .Stephenson. Vanderual. \eno. 
Shamon. Talley. Tyler. VL Sulli\an. 
Reese. Third row: \\hitle\. Turner. 
Smith. Suman. ^X halen. Sprague. 
^ oung. Rubin. Reynolds. Webster, 
^^ all. W ooding. Romines. 



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SOPHOMORES 





(.la^^ \dw,«rs; Sealed, lefl l« riphi: \lrv V.rv. Mr>. \n.lerson. Mi>> Dillon 
Ml- Wo,,,l. \|„. Il.mmi.ips. Standing: Mr. Nolan. Mr. Parker. Missine 
from pholo: Mr W aUli 



r rr r 

<;iass Officers: Presidenl-Maureen .Smith: \ i<e-Presi,lenl-lrene Kalfo- 
|)ulo^: Se.relar>— Corinne Dorion: Irea.surer— Susan Cri-ss. 




Class of '72 • Class of 72 • Class of '72 • Class of '72 



Fir>l row. lefl lo rijjhl: Uiillerli.ld. 
Collins. Calaldo. Fall. Biel. I- ras, a. 
Kraser. Kngland. tarUon. (amplxll. 
( lemenl. ( ook. DeHenedic li>. Dono- 
van. Harden. Cornairhio. Second 
row: Dorian. \r. Iiihald. Hal.-on. De- 
\aslo. \nderMin. Mrune. Chmielorz. 
Brauer. Bu.kle>. ClaniN. Kdfj.ii. 
I)e>lin. Chrislensen. Kails. KrlaihKon 
Third row: Kklund. Hroc k. I)' \(jo»- 
lino. Bopue. Benson. M. Bovle. Kales. 
DeKanli. turran. Bu< lianan. Brookes. 
Brooks. Carlson. Do>le. Mihale. 
Bernazzani. Berkelex. \. Brown. 
Bazarian. 1). Brown, \nderer. Brad- 
lev. Fourlh row: Kilz|ialri( k. Mien. 
Bank-. ( onnors. Kiola. .1. Bovle. Bar- 
r>. Diav. Beausanp. Kasland. \lrhiie. 
Carbonaro. Krilrhman. Beale. Clark. 
Kallavollita. Kabiano. Barb. 




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FirsI row, left lo right: GKnn, Hall. 
Lipp§. kalfopulos. Garofulo. (ielihell. 
Landry. Huddy. M. Garvey. larooci, 
Goodrich. Joel. P. Kirby. Johns, 
Hepburn. Second row: Hanlon. Kent, 
Lindenmayer. Gallagher. Kugel, 
Grassia. Koury. Hayward. Ciermano. 
Gillespie, kirby. Hildebrant. Herlihy, 
Hedlund. Third row: Leonard. Hart- 
ford. Heatley. Henry. Jar\is. Judge. 
Hanson, (jilbride. Johnson. T. Gar- 
ve\. Hevwood. 



First row. left to right: Mcl)a\ltt. 
McLaughlin. Marshall. VlcAlpine, 
Preisler. Maus. Porter. Meyer. Neil- 
son. McCoy. McSweeney. Poli. Mc- 
Hugh. Query. MacDonald. Second 
row: McCracken. Rovvell. Pond. Ni- 
coll. Moshella. Manchester. Pearson, 
Pruyn. Pearson, Potter, McGrail. 
Martin. Maloney. Third row: Mug- 
ridge. Murphy. Madden. McLeod, 
O'Leary, Mancinelli. North. Mul- 
larkev. 




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First row, left lo right: W akefield. 
Stuntzner. Sulprizio. ^ eider. Rush- 
ton. Selian. Uesthaver. ^ alsh. Zorio. 
SiUerman. Spera. VI hile. U yman. 
Smith. U illiams. Second row: \ oltz. 
Riordan. ^ ilson. Thompson. ^ hitley. 
Brown. .Swanson. Zagami. Marangian. 
^a\sh\ille. biggin. Ryan. (t. She- 
ehan. Vkilfinger. ^ ong. Third row: 
DeSantis. Johnson. VI heeler. Thurs- 
ton. ^X ieners. Scholz. \ iar. \^ akelin, 
Sweeney. Rich. Tomasello. Shamliam, 
Temple. Simon. Saari. P. Sheehan. 
^ inn. Thompson. Shitty. Fourth 
row: U arman. M. Henry. Durkin. 
Balfour. Swann. Swiek. \ ernon. Ro- 
well. Sweeney. Reddish. ^ halen. 
\\all. Halkett. McDermott. Zappe. 
Robinson. Peccararo. 



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THE FRESHMEN 





(Jass Advisors: left lo right: Mr. Case. Mr. Manrox. Mrs. Brodritk. Mr. 
McC.o). Mr>. ."^altniar-h. Mr. Kischler. Mr. Kct-paii. .Missing from photo: 
Mrs. Malm. Mr. Kodzis. 



Class Officers: I'roiilenl— John Carroll: \ iic-Prcsjdcnl— Man hl»li(i|); 
SccrclarN — Nanr\ Tlionipson: Tr-asurcr — .^Icm' McNaniara (missing from 
photo). 



Class of '73 • Class of '73 • Class of '73 • Class of '73 



First row. left to right: (Callahan. S 
l)o\le. \tallah. Fl>nn. Costello 
Karhofner. Mbers. Downs. Kales. J 
Brown. Fraser. Bero. Oudasli. (Mullen 
Frederick, \dleman. Second row 
Merkland. Benson. Cucci. J. Allen 
l.indenmaver. \npelus. Arripo. F'ole\ 
(Conrad, (juerrero. Barnard. Dela 
place. Edson. ('Ianc\. Folsom. Third 
row: Balchelder. Vndcrson. \. \llen. 
\ndrews. Bernardo. Betz. Cachelin. 
\tkins. Fitzpatrick. 0. Do>le. J. 
Coleman. Badper. Buchanan. l)on- 
nell>. Cappello. Clegp. Chapin. 
Fourth row: Bergen. Besser. Carroll. 
S. C^oleman. De%lin. Casinelli. Calo. 
Brock. Uale>. Beipbcder. Occa. ['. 
Broun. Bishop. Fre>er. F'arle\. Du- 
quette. 




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First row, lefl to right: Hileman, 
Holmes, Hamlon, Kenney. Howe, 
Hill, Glynn, Love, Izbickas, Could, 
Hurlev. (iarufo, Callipoli. Second 
row: Johnson, Jenkins, J. Harrington, 
Lowery, Huber, Kent, Joyce, Ice, 
Hodgkins, Hudson, Lordan, Green- 
wood, Cirlello, Eckels, Irving. Third 
row: Kreiser, Grueter, Gallagher, 
Langley, Lane, Glennon, Hadley, 
Hey wood, Larcom, Gillis, D. Huebel, 
T. Huebel, Glaser, Higginbottom, 
Landry. Fourth row: Lord, R. Har- 
rington, Lovell, Hammond, Leonard, 
Carter. Larkin, Harrison, Henderson, 
Lambert, Laham, Lannamann, Le- 
vine, Kellv. 



Front row, left to right: Porter, 
Michael, Newby, McCafferty, O'Neil, 
Marcanlonio, Minoie, Meridan, 
Pecararo, McCovern, Mulhall, Maus, 
McKeough, S. Manchester, Monte. 
Second row: Madge, Olsen, Millard, 
O'Nalley, Petrakos, Macintosh, Mul- 
lins, Margensey, Posson, MacPherson, 
McCrail, Mortelliti, Murphy, New- 
man, O'Toole. Third row: Nash, B. 
McCinnis, McCowan, Maloof, Mitch- 
ell, J. McDonald, Poll, C. McDonald, 
Masison. Phillips, B. Manchester, R. 
McGinnis, Monroe, Pallis, Padell. 




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Turner. I). Saul. Rosselti. K. Sheehan. 
Sjostedl. Williams. Schmltl. Second 
row: Sherlock. Tapsell. Rowell. 
^alsh. Vi iggin. Turner. Slamalos, 
Thompson. Stanko. Taylor. \ ander- 
wal. M. Saul. Roach. Spence. ^X hitlen. 
Third row: Zabilski. ^ iren. ^ avarow. 
Skarinka. Sessler. \er\. Vtalker. Tuc- 
clllo. Sy\erson. Tobin. Rines. Brooks. 
Takserv. Swangren. Sa\ar\. Simonds. 
(VNcil. Smith. Rear: Nobilc. S. KeilK. 
Roche. K. Reillv. Robinson. Vi asles . 
Spiiu'llo. Ijedas. Rogers. W allace. 
Saia. \ iar. ^\ oicik. B. Smith. Perkins. 
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The state or quality of being active; nimbleness; 
agility, vigorous action or operation; energy; active 
force; as, an increasing variety of human activities; 
"the activity of toil." Palfrey. 




^'hal is a 
GREt:> YEARS 

staff? 



It is people, people who lliiiik. people \n ho talk, people who 
work . . . people with i(lea>. 

Soiiieliiiies it i> joking and lau^hiii^. talking ahout iie\l 
week > basketball game and \esterda>"s Western (!i\ test, or 
just pretending that you're getting something done. 

But mosth it is writitig. writing, ancl rewriting, trying to be 
ireati\e with a Math Department write-up or original with 
a raptioii. It i> staring at blank walls for inspiration and 
thinking. alwa\s thinking . . . 

It i> headaehes. worries, and problems . . . Deb and Sue 
de»peratel\ trying to raise funds . . . Nina and Karen search- 
ing endle»K for quotes . . . Ste\e and Mike snapping candids 
. . . Marsha and crew t\ping for hours. 

It is needing a pi<ture of N.H.S. before the members are 
ehosen or disco\ering you just can't remember the name of 
that blonde girl in Field Hockev. It is late nights. H blocks of 
last minute work, and a ^):'M) deadline met at 9:2^). 

\ large part is rehing on Mr. Klahi\e"s unfailing good- 
humor and \aluable suggestions. But finally after months of 
struggle and hard work, it is the satisfaction of accomplish- 
ment. 




Mr. Ilaliixf with <()-c(iilors Katin Kkluiul and .lanel U oiig. 




Yearbook Typists: Left lo right: Cocomazzi. Sparks, chairman: Arrlgo. 
Bfllcnrourl. Kolf\. Sola. 



Literary Staff: First Row. left to right: klein. Harding. R>an. Bogue. L. 
(!oleman. I.atlcrda. Callahan. Brdl. Cosldlo. Casc\. llamMton. kelle. Sec- 
ond Row: ^ it/.cman. Vrrigo. Lcnker. Vluciiarone. Mart. I,andr\. Gear\. 
Manning. Sjostedl. Kales, (.igante. N. Coleman. 



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Seated, left to right: Nina Gigante. Biographies Editor; Sarah Ta\lor. Yearbook 
Artist. Standing: Ste\e Carter. Photographer: Jean F rilchman. Class Historian: 
Karen Fales. Biographies Editor: Vlike Swiek. Photographer. Missing: \nn 
Jacobs, Class Poet. 



Business Managers Deb DeBoer an<l Sue Lester. 






Advertising Staff: First Row, left to right: Curran. Brown. Lester. 
Effgen. Kammer. Calogero. Zorio. Second Row: DeBoer. Ma^on. Shee- 
han. Hall. Betlencourt. Ciocomazzi. 



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On March 5. 37 new members wen 
inducted into the Uestwood Chapter o 
the National Honor Society. After the 
traditional candle lighting ceremony. 
President Virginia Schock presented 
pins to the new members. A simulated 
College Bowl game ended the induction 
program. 

Thirty-three juniors and forty seniors 
qualified for membership by maintain- 
ing an average of 85% or better. The 
symbol of the society is a torch bearing 
letters which represent the goals of 
scholarship, leadership, character, and 
service. ^ ith the assistance of Miss 
Burns and officers Tom Reynolds, Sally 
Hamilton, and Bill Sheehan the group 
sponsored several activities, including 
the annual paperback book fair. 



National Honor S<K-iely — Seniors: Front, left to ripht: Case>. Ca\atiau):h. 
Fali'>. (iifianlc. Brill. l.a(!<T(ia. Frilihman. Kklund. Jacobs. Wong. Rear: 
Hoi'liaiiadt'l. I'oarson. (»a\n()r. M((.o\ern. Flodin. Rc\iiol(ls. Howard. \<'rn- 
on. \^ diiaitis. lax lor. Schoik. I'reislrr. Brown. Missing: \nibcrson, Arnold. 
Burgess. Finn. Fraser. Olson. Swann.W ciser. While. .Johns. Kauffmann. 
Klein. I.enker. l.indenrnaNer. I.olhrop. Mason. VI iifinger. 




National Honor Society — Juniors: Front, left to right: Skarinka. Hamii- 
lon. Nicoll. Badger. Vlahonev. \ngelus. Harding. Pendleton. Henderson. 
Second Row: T\ler. Fuller. Dudash. liase\. Onoralo. Rubin. I.ynch. .She- 
ehan. l,o\e. Ta\lor. Howard. \ewb\. l.aCroix. Third Row: MtGrail. Pla- 
kias. W halen. Brownlee. Reynolds. Missing from photo: Ballin. Berlo. 
lon.son. Sulii\an. Neilson. 



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Adapting policies to meet the changing times 



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Student Council t)fl'icers and Advisor: Seated, left to right: President 
Gavnor. Mr. Slack, advisor. Standing: Treasurer Hoclianadel. Nice-Presi- 
dent Brown. Secretar\ ^Xakefield. 



Sophomores Student Council Representative: Seated, left to right: 
Pearson, Smith. Pearson. Standing: U halen. Swann. U illiams. Kilzpatrick. 



The role of Student Council has expanded to 
meet the demands of the student body. The experi- 
mental dress code was inaugurated, a Dress Code 
Committee formed, and the Student-Faculty 
Senate was established to discuss pertinent prob- 
lems. A major concern was the smoking situation 
at the school. It was thoroughly and various 
courses of action were suggested. 

The Council sponsored the annual Toys for 
Tots Drive and at the end of the year presented 
awards to class valedictorians. The officers and 
Mr. Stack deserve commendation for their work. 



Senior Student Council Representatives: First row, left to right: Brown. 
Effpen. (ja\nor. Second: llochanadel. ^ ong. U akcficld. Third: Reiser. 
Cook. V aas. Hough. VlcCjovern. (jigante. 




Junior Student Council Representatives: Seated, left to right: Vi halcn. 
Shechan. Bishop. Standing: Nicoll. Spinello. (^asc. Vngclus. Hamilton. 



Freshman Student Council Representatives: Seated, left to right: 

Marcantonio. Saul. Kenne\. Standing: Harrington. Huebel. Carroll. Berk- 
land. 



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World Affairs Club 



The Viestwooil cliapltT of the Massachusetts 
Junior Vt orld \flair> (.ouiuil >linujlate(l students" 
interest and in\ol\einent in local, national, and 
international affairs. The cluh \\a> uiuler the new 
direetion of Mr. MeC'oN and President Linda (.ole- 
nian. \ ice-l'resident Hruce Cole. Seeretar) Ann 
W ijifiin. and treasurer \ant> McCoy. 

School acti\ilies included sponsoring the contro- 
\ersial film "Sixteen at Vi ebster (iro\es"* and ha\- 



ing guest speakers. Most memorable was the in- 
formal discussion led by Senator Quinlan. 

Members participated in state meetings and sem- 
inars which involved such programs as Afro- 
American history. NATO, and the movie "Z". On 
Moratorium Day officers were able to attend Sen- 
ator Kennedy's speech. Plans were also made to 
send some students to New York or Washington 
D.C. with other local clubs. 




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VI orld Affair*. (!lub: Front, left lo ri^hl: ( oriiaichii). h rilchiiiaii. /ajiaini. \liKeouf;li. I'tiiilltloii. /orio. I.ipps. (Goodrich. 
V^ aUh. Kirbx. hut liaiian. Mi(.rail. Mo-liclla. Second row: .). Klein. Kt'wiol(l>. \. KIimii. W ippin. ^ one- larocci. McCoy. 
Tailor. Kcoc. Joel. I{ear: (>arafalo. I.cnkcr. Kauffmaiin. Swann. Schock. (ioieman. Curran. \\ illiani>. tioie. Ko>al. 



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French Club Revitalized 




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French Club: Front, left to ri^ht: SluiUzncr. Cl\ nil. W a>sh\ illc. \^ \ man. \X ifisi'i- M<(!(>\ . Hutlcrficld. Sham- 
lian. Tem|>lc. \X hilc. Sihmill. Moshclla. SiUcrman. Second row: (.oodri<h. Joel. W aUh. larocci. Tuells. 
Onoralo. FalU. (>i^antc. K. Falc>. Pearson. J. Fale>. Kklund. \X onp. Mrs. (.ean. ad> isor. 



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A dedicated group of 
Francophiles, under Mrs. 
Gean's supervision, com- 
pletely restructured the 
French Club. For the first 
time, freshmen were allowed 
to join and a monthly com- 
mittee replaced the tradition- 
al officers. At the annual 
Christmas Party, members 
sang French carols and ate 
French food. Watching mov- 
ies of French family life. 
Listening to rock songs of 
that country, viewing the 
movie "Z," and visiting La 
Crepe were among other 
activities. The French Club 
proved itself invaluable to 
students who participated in 
the spring trip to Europe. 




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Harlequin Staff: First row, left to right: Kelle. Fraser. Frilchman. Kauff- 
mann, Huddy. Bero, Roselti. Second row: Lozier. Wong. Ekiund. Hay ward. 
Angelus. Sheehaii. Lenker. Third row: Ca>anaugh. Ca\anaugh. Mckeough. 
Tyler. Fourth row: LaCerda. C!arrigan, Margensey. Erlandson. Burgess, 
Grela. Rear: Hudson, Russell. Arnold, Onorato. St-hock. Tuells. 



Westwood High's literary magazine. Harlequin, 
prepared a commendable selection of student 
writings and artwork. With the entire school con- 
tributing. Editor Mary Onorato and Advisor, Miss 
Dillon, coordinated the staff. 

The first issue proved so dynamic that the 
Harlequin published a second issue. 



Photographers Form 
Club 



A new and highly successful club 
has been the Photography Club. 
Under the guidance of Mr. Snell, a 
slide or movie by the Kodak Compa- 
ny is presented each week. 

The dynamic duo of Steve Otis, 
President, and Mike Swiek, Vice- 
President, has skillfully taught a 
basic course in photography to their 
fellow members. Students have 
learned the essentials of picture- 
taking and developing. 




Camera Club: Front row, left to right: Giganle. Coleman. Rushton. SwIek, Otis. Mr. Snell, 
ad\isor. Second row: ^ a>arow. England. Angelus. Wiener. Carter, Kelle. 



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Students Serve School and Community 




(!un>«-r«ation Club: Front, left to riphi: llu(lll^. NkoII. \ ciio. Second Row: Ta>lor. Petlinfjell. Eccleslone. 
( roak. ( a-r. ()l«oii. ()ri->i(lrnl; Klodiii. Ki'llr. \ i-rnoii. I*ri'\ itcra. Ku>lilon. Koacli. Rear: I'rt'islrr. dole. Reese 
RrMuil(l«. Na\ar«i». W illiatn^. 



Conservation Club 

President Sieve Olson, Vice- 
President Lee Flo(lin. and Seere- 
tar\ (^ail Nicoll led the enlarfied 
(.oiiser\alion (!luh with tlie assis- 
tance of Mr. Ciase. In conjunction 
with the group an Kxplorers Post 
was organized. The Post's acti\i- 
ties at Hale Reservation included 
constructing woodduck houses, 
stud)ing soil conservation, analyz- 
ing management of fish and wild- 
life, and improving recreational 
facilities. Members were provided 
with first-hand experience iti con- 
servation while also doing worth- 
while service projects. 



Film Club 

The Film Club was formed three years 
ago bv Mrs. Bradley and interested students 
to provide an opportunitv to explore the 
world of movies. 

Films presented have included Red Bal- 
loon, David and Lisa, Sixteen in Webster 
Groves, Raisin in the Sun, and 12 x 12x 
42. These internationallv famous films are 
not ordinarily shown at commercial theaters 
and thus the Film Club offers the student 
body a unique chance to view them. 

Another aspect of the club's activities 
has involved the showing of documentaries 
on current >ocial problems. Black History: 
Lash, Stolen, or Strayed narrated by Bill 
Cosbv proved to be a favorite. 





Future Homemakers: First Rom. left to right: Romiiie-.. Kra(tle\. K. I)(iiiu\aii. 
!■ ra»ca. S< halz. Second: (iostello. Mulro\. Duda^h. Spidi. \alentiiic. Herlo. Mrs. 
Richardson. Third: Huteau. Nannacelii. N. McLaughlin. Zapami. Russell. Fourth: 
Nicol. Dollev. J. Donovan. Rrooks. kelle. 



Film Club: Seated, left to right: Leonard. Bogue. Rowell. Carbonaro. tialo. Standing: 
Mctjovern. Olsen. Wooding. DeSantis. Mrs. Bradley. 



Future Homemakers Club 

The Future Homemakers of .\merica is 
a nationwide organization for students 
interested in Home Economics. Projects 
include many areas in which homemakers 
may be involved. In Westwood the club puts 
on parties for the special classes at the 
Pine Hill School, assists in the preparation 
of teas, and caters the Red Cross dinner. 
Leading such worthwhile activities are 
Mrs. Richardson, advisor. President Liz 
Spidi, Vice-Presidents Terri Valentine and 
Deanne Dudash, Secretary Fran Costeilo 
and Treasurer Sheila Mulrov. 



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Through Club Activities 



Future Nurses Club 

The popular Future Nurses have again done an outstanding 
job of promoting ideas related to the field of nursing. Led 
by President Pat Callahan, Vice-President and Treasurer 
Barbara Hall, Secretary Dotty Barden, and advisor Mrs. 
Cavanaugh, the club attended Careers Unlimited during the 
fall. Representatives from several nursing schools gave 
lectures to the club. Most memorable was the visit from a 
colonel in the U.S. Air Force who spoke on the opportunities 
of Air Force nursing. 

In addition, the club successfully sponsored the annual 
Christmas party at Wrentham State School for the Mentally 
Retarded. 





Future Nurses Club: Front, left to right: Mrs. Cavanaugh, advisor: Calla- 
han. Hall. Barden. Second Row: Berkeley. McDavitt. Syverson. Kalfopulos. 
Third Row: Larconi. Betteniourl, Coeomazzi. Whilten. Rear: Cavanaugh. 
Cook, Collins. 



Business Club 



Business Club: Front, left to right: Cianfrotra, Berkeley, Zoda. Ricci. Nannicelli, Hurl. Jenkins. Valentine. 
D'Mlesandro. Rear: McWade. Arrigo, Foley, Fuller, Sola, Mandolesi, Rich, Sparks, Perpoli. 



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The Business Club, advised 
by Mr. Charles Flahive, is one 
of the newest clubs in the 
school. This year the club 
sponsored four guest speakers 
and made a field trip to the 
John Hancock Mutual Life 
Insurance Company to ob- 
serve office practices and pro- 
cedures. 



Library Club: Seated, left to right: Whilten. Aldus, Coromazzi, Badger. Standing: Mrs. Bradley, Newell. Glynn, 
Shainlian. Margensey. De Benediclis. Bellencourl. Bennett, Temple, While. O'Riley, Kelle. 



Library Club 

Under the patient tutelage 
of Mrs. Anne Bradley, mem- 
bers of this club learned how 
to successfully manage the 
Library. President Nina Coco- 
mazzi, Vice-President Linda 
Aldus, Treasurer Diane Bad- 
ger, and Secretary Sandy 
Whitten planned activities 
which included sponsoring 
movies, organizing the Paper- 
back Book Fair, and a year- 
end party. Besides keeping the 
facilities running smoothly, 
members often created inter- 
esting displays for the Library. 



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Chess Players 
Develop Strategy 








Sheehan. 



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At \><'ckl\ Tut'sdaN meetings Chess 
C'lul) members dream up new moves to 
outwit their opponents. The Club 
sponsored the (!hess Team whieh in- 
cludes. Chris Poreda. Steve Olson. F>ie 
Hiidebrant. Bob Vt einers. and Billy 
Vlugridge. >X ith a record of 4-6 the 
team placed filth in the South Shore 
Leafiue. Inder the guidance of Mr. 
Beurman the Club enjo\ed the age-old 
game while also impro\ irig technique. 



Because star-gazing is a pet 
hobb> of several students, the 
Astronomy Club was organized. 
President Richard Preisler. \ ice- 
President Jim \ ernon. Secretary 
Steve Olson, and advisor .Mr. Kee- 
gan hold Friday afternoon meet- 
ings. Saturday nights are often 
reserved for watching the skies 
with telescopes and binoculars. 
During the year members sighted 
a comet and went to Chatham to 
view the eclipse of the sun on 
March 7. 



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Astronomy Club: Front, left lo right: Cole, \ernon. Preisler. Va\arow. Rear: Mr. Keegan. \dvi.sor: ^ il- 
liani>. Krilchman. ^ ieners. Olson. Klein. Manchester. 



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Math Meets f 

Prove Challenging 



The Math Team, under the supervision of Mr. 
Pender, qualified for the Greater Boston Math 
League playoffs for the eighth consecutive year. 
Each meet consists of five ten-minute individual 
written exams and one ten-minute team question in 
which all members participate. This year's team 
took an active part in league affairs by hosting the 
opening meet and the playoffs. Although valuable 
seniors will be missed next year, underclass members 
show great promise for the future. 



IVIalh Team: Front, left to right: Ga>nor. Kkliitul. tloghwell. 
Second Row: Mr. Pender, aihisor: Pitzpatrick. \ ernon. Onorato. 
Third Row: Johnson, Poreda. Missing: ^ ong. 





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Westwood Skiers 
Think ^^SNOW 

The graceful form of a skier sailing down the slope of a 
snow-covered hill . . . Cold feet and warm cocoa around an 
open hearth in a lodge . . . 

These were familiar sights to the members of one of West- 
wood's newest and most popular clubs. The Ski Club, advised 
by Mr. Reis, visited the local ski areas throughout the winter 
season and made a fun-filled trip to Stowe. N.H. Sponsoring 
ski movies for the town was a major activity. The clubs pur- 
pose was to bring together students who enjoy the sport of 
skiing, and it didn't have to look hard to find them. 



Ski Club 

Ski Club: Front, left to right: 

l.ipps. Harden. Madden. I.o- 
ihrop. McKeon. Sheehaii. 

Hea\en. Mahood. I.an^e\in. 
Manning. \. Hall. Noone. Mc- 
Naniara. Sv»eene>. kearns. 
Second Row: Nelson. I). U ake- 
field. (;arofalo. B. Hall. Calla- 
han. ^hille\. S. Kngland. R. 
Clark. Lester. I.enker. (Coleman. 
DeBoer. \ngelus. Third Row: 
K. I.annamann. Izbiikas. Beau- 
sang. C!las. Higginbollom. Kugel. 
Bergstrom. Havuard. I,. Kn- 
gland. I'oli. I,. Wakefield, 
larocci. Cataldo. Kearns. C!alo- 
gero. I). (!lark. Muceiarone. 
Fourth Row: J. I.annaman. Kitz- 
patriek. Malone\. Hanson. Ir\- 
ing. Occa. Blane\. Higginbol- 
tom. Beigbeder. \ngelus. Dela- 
plaee. Phillips. Rogers. C'lane\. 
Na.sh. IVIissing from picture: 
I. Me\er. 



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MALE models? 



Coniniiinitv Praises Talented Musicians 



Band and Orchestra 




^ eslw()0(J llifih School Band, under the supervision ol 
Mr. Markariaii. is best kuovMi to the townspeople lor its 
outstanding performances during; half-time at football 
pames. President Kick Vta\shville, Secretary Martha 
Hrink. Treasurer Jim Vernon, and Librarians Karen 
Sjostedt and Karen Swann guided the group in perfecting 
musical arrangements and intricate marching routines. 

During the winter the Concert Band labored indus- 
triously towards their exchange concert with Concord, 
New Hampshire. Spring found the musicians marching in 
the Memorial Day Parade and entertaining at invita- 
tional festivities. 

Also under Mr. Markarian's direction, the orchestra 
played at traditional activities such as the National 
Honor Society induction ceremony and the Christmas 
Assembly. A successful exchange concert with Cranston, 
Rhode Island was the highlight of the year. 

Select members of both orchestra and band demon- 
strated their skill at District and All-State Concerts. 





Dance Band: First Row, left to right: Cook. Smith, l.olhrop. Poreda. Hildebrant. Hochanadel. Second Row: \iiderson. 
Rushlon. Finn. Halcher. Borp. Pond. Madden. Sargent. Mr. Monagan. Third Row: Eiolestone. Pettingell. Korina. 
Grueter. 

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Dance Band 

Tuesday night practices 
paid off as the Dance 
Band was one of the best 
instrumental groups of 
1970. Mr. Monaghan and 
his proteges played popu- 
lar hits for local organiza- 
tions and a school assem- 
bly. The group had many 
talented soloists and Gail 
Hochanadel, vocalist, con- 
tributed her special touch. 
Climaxing the Dance 
Band season was an exten- 
sive tour of Maine. 




Band 



Front, left lo right: Pearson. Pear-on. Second Row: B. Lotlirop. F'oreda. 
Hildebrant. Skarinka. I). Johnson. U ong. Anderson. Lozier. B. Johnson. 
Cogswell, Lindenmayer. Third Row: Folsom. Rfili\. Kell\. Tohin. (loleman. 
Donnelly. Hodgkins. Mian. !\. l.othrop. Brauer. ^ iren. Lindenmayer. 
Henderson. Howard. Fourth Row: Mr. Markarian. Baleson. Maranjian. 
Schock. ^ynian. (jetehell. Hay ward, \tkins. ^ ilfinger. Clegg. J. \ernon. 



^ illiams. Harding. Stunlzner. Fifth Row: Kdgell. Vi hite. Madden. Sjosledl. 
^aysh\ille. M. Vernon. Brink. Coffey. Kalfopiiios. Piichford. Swann. Rob- 
inson. Simon. Johns. Nye. Kallavollila. Rear: \er\. \ aas. Smith. Koiina. 
Kcclestone. Pellingell. ^yman. Ryan. I.andry. (Connors, (.meter. Sargent. 
Madden. Borg. Pond. 



Orchestra 

First Row, left to right: U . ^^ illiams. Madden. ^ hile. VIonac. Skarinka. Bra\er. \nderson. 
Swann. \rnold. Second Row: Mr. Markarian. I.enker. Schock. k. ^X illiam>. Brink, \\a\sh- 
\ille. Tyler, kauffman. Falla\ollila. Coleman, l.othrop. Howard. Pendleton. Third Row: 
^ \man. Finn. Hatcher, kocina. Kcclestone. Pond. Madden, l.othrop. Poreda. 




Vocalists Maintain Fine Reputation 



\\e>l>»ooci Hifih Srhools outstanding musical 
laltMit> \sfTf ajtain (li>pla\ed in iht- (.irU" (Jlee 
Cilub, Bo\>" (.It'e Club. (!horu>. Double (Quartet, 
and Folk Club. Mr. Markarian directed the 
students who deli>:hted audiences at the annual 
Chri>tnias and Spring C^oncerts. Select members 
from these groups participated in the District 
and All State Concerts. 




Folk Club: Front, lefl to right: VI hilp. I.enkcr. president; Callahan. 'InUt. Second Row: 
llantini:. Mannlii;:. l.aOrda. Urooko. Campbell. Millii|£h. KkiuiKJ. Third Row: Stephenson. 
P. Sheehan. Noone. Pendleton. S. Sheehan. (.lass. Rear: /afiaini. (urran. Finn. P. Me\er. 
Tuells. Missing: Delloer. Lester. I.. Me>er. (!urran. Jaeobs. W aters. Kanffinann. Scliock. 




Girls' Glee Club 



Boys' Glee Club 

Seated, left to right: Skarinka. 
Harding, accompanists. First 
Row: Mr. Markarian. Sa\r\. 
Kklund. \nderson. L. Clark, 
l.andr\. Reddish. R. Cook. 
Rushton. Second Row: Pond. 
F^ccjestone. ^^\man. Madden. 
Marinelli. F'oreda. ^Xavshville. 
Ro\ai. Hifsginbottoni. C\d\. 



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Double Quartet 

Left to right: An(^er^son, ^ illiams. \IiGo\tTii. Harding. Johnson. Brink. VI aysh\ ille. Swanii. Wissing: Accompanlsi Madden. 



Musicians 
In Action 




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Majorettes Perform Dazzling Routines 



Head Majorelte KartMi Skariiika \fi\ \\ f>lwoo<l"> manliiiif; baiul 
nith prei-ision aiui i'ihtj;). She \»as abl> assisted b\ ihe majorettes led 
b> Mar>ha Spark> and l'alt\ Callahan. This talented fjroiip perlornied 
i-oniplex roiiline> with jiraee and ea>e. Proxidin;: the finishin;; loiuh 
\«a> \eteran twirler Nane> Martin. \an( \ astounded the lan> b\ 
tniriin^ t^u flaming batons. 




Majorelle>: Front, lefl lo right: ( allahan. Sparks, co-i aptains. Standing: Oliverii 
^ akri. Vk ( -ihaM-r. Ma»on. >X cslhaMr. Kiifilaiul. Potter. Beniado. Dorian. 





Head Majorette, kareii Skarinka 



TrirkTwirler. Nan(\ Martin 



Co-captains Majorettes. Kneeling: P. Callahan. Standing: M. Sparks. 




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Drill Team, Color Guard Sparkle on the Football Field 





The Drill Team, captained by Jennifer Geary, 
performed intricate routines to the delight of 
football fans. They were complemented by the 
Color Guard, led by Carol Jessoe, which in- 
creased its ranks from four to six and carried on 
the tradition of marching during the half-time 
festivities. 



Color Guard: Standing, lefl to right: Jessoe. Mut-ciarone. 
Hudson. Kngland. Brill. Mcoll. 



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Cheerleaders boost spirit 




Hockev Cheerleaders: Front, lefl to right: l'car>on. IJorion. Kail. Smith. Pearson. Rear: 
^ e6tha\er. Grassia. Zagami. l.o\e. Prtrakas. 



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Srhool spirit was brought to 
a climax with the aid of the 
rheerleaders and ad\isor. Mrs. 
Herfieii. Hours of practice 
under the quittance of (la|)tains 
Debbie \\ akefiehl and Martlia 
IV'arson resuUed in many 
rousing new cheers. 

New uniforms }ia\e the s(|uad 
a special look for the football 
season. The fjirls planned pep 
rallies and treated the team to 
a pre-{iarne breakfast. Heighl- 
enin^i morale at hocke\ frames 
was a newly formed cheer- 
leader group. During the bas- 
ketball season, the cheerleaders 
were behind the team all the 
way — including the Tech at 
Boston (harden. In \[)ril the 
group performed ably at an 
In\itational Cheering Tourna- 
ment. 

!\o one can dispute the fact 
that the dedication and en- 
thusiasm of this year's cheer- 
leaders helped many a team to 
victory. 




Cheerleader Captains: Front: I). VI akeficld. 
Rear; M. Pearson. 




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1. diversion; recreation; pleasant pastime. 
3. an athletic activity requiring skill or physical 
prowess and often of a competitive nature, as base- 
ball, tennis, golf, basketball, football, etc. 



Spirits of unity, loyalty, determination flare 

with every game 



Kugged praitioe be{iiii> . . . toujih season ahead in 
DCL . . . Captains IVte \ aas and l)a\e \ opel . . . 
openinji da\ . . . last second upset . . . Dave Kfl^en 
. . . bone-bruisinji hloiks . . . face powerful Via\- 
land . . . Puza.s >hines . . . clobber Acton 26-1 1 . . 
speed) Dan Brown's defensive heroics . . . Kick 
(atiipbcHs ( ruiichiiifi: tackles . . . homecoming . . . 
Ht'dlord < ru-lu'd . . . \ aa> sparkles al QH . . . first 
plateau reached . . . nip Sekonk 22-20 . . . Jim 
ViUonelli's key interception . . . costiv game 
dclcn>i\e standout \eal Cla) injured . . . all- 
^)urpo^e offen>e at its peak . . . Ashland butchered 
. . Iullba( k Mike .Mc(io\ern explodes for 5 touch- 
downs . . . lorn Re\nol(ls and Hob Cook hardnosed 
defense . . . Pete Hori> and Hich Conforli demoral- 
ized opposition . . . I.incoln-Sudbur\ . . . finale . . . 
Glen Hough calling defensive shots . . . shut-out 
Mc(;o\ern unstoppable . . . Coach Kd Marks . . . 
[)ri(le . . >trateg> . . . I'urkey Day \ictors . . . spec- 
tacular . . . end season with abilit\ and authoritv. 




Behind coaclic^ Id \l.irh-. Kii\ Koilzjs. iind Jolm Morrclli lln' \\ olMriiics 
riniKlicd its fir>l uinniii^ st-aMin in four >ear> willi u record of 7->-'.i. Indi\idual 
honor^< went lo Pete \ aas and Jitn \Mtonelli who were selected to the Dual 
Count) League's second all-star team and to running: back Mike Mi(^o\ern 
who was a first team selection. Mc(io\erti also finished third in scoriiif; in 
the state while leading all scorers in the I)(;l.. 








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Foolball Team: Front, left to right: Campbell. Houg;h, Boris. Conforii, 
Cook. Effgen. Robinson. Webster. Cla\. Balfour. Manchester. Banks. Mul- 
larkev. Second row: D. Brown, Antonelli. Puzas. LaFontaine. Vog;el. Vaas. 



K. Brown. VIi(Jovern. Bishop. Clark. Uchue. tiase. Rear: \orlh. V iar. 
Lvnrh. Rowell. Brooks. Reynolds. Hanlon. Thompson, Brooks. Lannamann. 
Bovle. Reddish. 




Scoreboard 

Westwood 12 Lynnfield 16 

Westwood 14 Wayland 30 

Westwood 26 Acton 14 

Westwood 40 Bedford 26 

Westwood 22 Seekonk 20 

Westwood 8 Weston 20 

Westwood 50 \shland 28 

Westwood 30 Lincoln-Sudburv 




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[{uiiired ( oiiditioniiiji . . . ruiiniiiji. hustling pla\ 
. . . size and depth . . . "tweKe starters" . . . opener 
King Philip . . . streak begins 73-59 . . . tough con- 
test for hard-earned O.T. Holbrook victory . . . 
^ aters and Hough control boards . . . sharp-shoot- 
ing John McCrath . . . pre-league warm-up with 
Trade 63-84 . . . romp o\er Ashland 109-57 . . . 
momentum builds . . . playmaker Jeff Hart . . . 
dead-eye Fred McGrail . . . balanced scoring . . . 
fast break and second half defense aid attack . . . 
potential league championship . . . defensive 
specialists Mike McGovern and Dan Brown . . . 
late rally fails as fall to powerful Acton 60-68 . . . 
Pete \ aas plays it rough . . . powerful Dual County 
League aggressi\e in second half . . . Rick Swann 
and Bill Sheehan valuable underneath . . . team 
play . . . offense spells the difference . . . accuracy 
of Bob O'Connor and Rich Croak . . . Captain 
^ aters* offensive threat . . . Tech Tourney berth 
in O.T. finale at Lynnfield . . . Coach Gail Thwing 
. . . dedication ... a great ^ oKerine year. 

TECH TOURNEY — HI-LITE OF SEASON 




Behind Coach Thwing and a 14-6 season record, 
the ^ olverines entered the Tech for the tenth 
consecutive ^ear. After equaling a Class D scoring 
record (96-64) behind starters: Hart, McGovern, 
^ aters. \ aas. and Hough. ^ estwood advanced to 
the quarter-finals to upset third-ranked St. 
Patrick's 64-57. Behind high scoring Captain Ron 
Waters and Fred McGrail, WHS squeaked past 
^ est Bridgewater to advance into the Boston 



Garden and face number one-ranked Ipswich. A 
fourth quarter rally and late game heroics from 
Croak (17 pts.) and Waters (21 pts.) brought 
Westwood within two points until a last minute 
Ipswich basket brought the Wolverines to the end 
of another highly successful season. 

The JVs finished a thrilling undefeated season 
ending with a 20-0 record, placing first in the DCL. 



Spirit and Scoring 








J.V. Basketball: Standing, left to right: Mac- 
Donald. Johnson. Benson. R\an. OKane. Keese. 
Fitzpalrick. ^^ all. Jar\is. VI. ^ halen. Reddish, 
l.on;:. R. ^X halen. ^ ilfinger. Sladelmann. coach. 






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MtM-kev Team: Front, left to ri^hl: S. TlionipNOii. S|iaiil(lliif:. co-iaiitalii; 
Kri'-lcii^oii. (aptaiii; Itaih. l)ouiic\. Kti^liliiii. Rear: Mrllaii\. Diirkin. Kiiir- 
ilaii. M<'(Tac'kcii. Brown. K. I hump'-on. Hf^l)'\. McDonald. Mannon. 



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Led by Coach Jack O'Neill, Co-Captains Bob 
Cook and Eric Kristenson, and assistant captain 
Mark Spauldinji. this year's hockey team finished 
with a record of 5-7-2 to place fourth in the ag- 
gressive Dual County League. Making up for 
\aluable lost ice time, the Wolverines exploded for 
a fine second half. 

individual honors must go to Mark Spaulding 
who was named to the league's All-Star Team and 
to Bob Cook who received honorable mention. 

Scoreboard 
Record: ^^ on 5 Lost 7 Tied 2 

Westwood 1 Newton South 4 

^estwood Bedford 3 

Westwood Acton 2 

^estwood .5 Weston 2 

^ estwood Lynnfield 4 

Westwood 2 Lincoln-Sudbury 2 

Westwood Wayiand .5 

Westvvood 1 Newton South 1 

Westwood 4 Bedford 3 

Westwood 4 Acton 3 

Westwood 1 Weston 

Westwood Lynnfield 5 

Westwood 2 Lincoln-Sudbury 1 

Westwood 2 Wayiand 8 



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Ski Team 




Ski Team: Fronl, lefl lo right: Gillis, Hall. Siegle, Whitley. Carol Kearns. L. England. Angelus. Rear: Clancy. Coath 
Reis. Mann'ng. Arrigo. Hea\en. Conrad. Calaldo. Maloney, Callahan. Leonard. S. England. Falite, Beausang. C. Kearns. 
Izbickas. Clark, Nash. 



The Ski Team was 
coached by Mr. Reis 
and led by Captain 
Doug Whitley. A 
very active season was 
scheduled but weath- 
er conditions hinder- 
ed many of the sched- 
uled meets and trips. 

In a ten-team 
league, Westwood 

placed fifth — a fine 
record for such a new 
organization. Compe- 
titions were held in 
both cross country 
and slalom events. 

Next year's team 
has good possibili- 
ties with the return 
of many promising 
underclassmen and 
SNOW! 



Despite the unsuccessful record of one win, two 
ties, and seven losses the Varsity field hockey team 
displayed a strong team effort. Paula McNamara 
and Karen Sjostedt were co-captains, aided by 
seniors Jayne Hudson, Katie Wiggin, Karen Gal- 
lagher, Jennifer Geary, and Lois Campenella. 

The Junior Varsity led by captains Sally 
Hamilton and Sally Heaven, our foreign exchange 
student, show much promise for next year's team. 



Field Hockey 




Field Hockey Captains and Coach: left to right: Coach 
Fazzi. Wa\shville. Heaven. McNamara. 




J. v. Field Hockey: Front, left to right: O'Neil. Waysh\ille. captain; 
LaOoix. Wyman. Rear: Edgell. Buckley, tloach Fazzi. Pearson. Heav- 
en, captain. 



Girls' Varsity Field Hockey: Front, left to right: Dion. Clacy. Rushlon. Mtiniar. 
Sullivan, (ieary. McNamara. captain. Rear: Coach Fazzi. Langcvin. Manning. 
Gallagher. Cam[)enella. Nicoll. Hamilton. Hudson. Zorio. Mahood. 



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Unbeatable Trackmen 



^ inler Track 
"The L ndeft-ated Dual C.oiinl> l.eafiue Champion- 
ship Vlestv\ood Hiph School Indoor Vi inter Track 
Team."' is a mighu big name for a mijihl> great 
team. It"s a name that the\ earned b\ being the 
triple crown >\inner> of the D.C.I.. Championship, 
the D.C.I,. League Meet, and the D.C.L. Merit Meet 
for no\ ice runners. 

\ big rea>on for the teams undefeated record vsas 
the excellent leadership consisting of Coach Philip 
Flahret). \sst. Coach Paul Tuccelli. and Co- 
Captain> Bruce Ca> nor. and ke\ in Smith. 

This \ ear's team >Nas also a record breaking team 
with records broken in the two mile. mile, thousand, 
six-hundred, hurdles, shot nut. and the high jump. 
The record wa> tied in the fortx. TheN also put in a 
good performance at the State Meet, finishing in 
sixth place in Class D. 




Track Team: FirsI How, left lo right: I). Connors. Keynolds. Smith. Caynor. Capt.; 
Conforti. Kitzpatrick. I'uzas. ('umniini:^. M. Landry. Mollis. I'oreda. Second: Balfour. 
Gra\. Hrowii. lay lor, Campbell. J. \ c riion. Olson. Webster. J. Hoylc. Tnrnt-r. Kckcls. 
Third: J. Connor-. (!lark. Judpe. Henry. Chiroine. i.o>e, Kelly. <>ilbride. I'etlinpell. 
Fourth: (.oaeli Klaherlv. (!o|:suell. (>alle^her. Banks, Clay, C. Boyle, (iase. Lahontaine. 
M. \ ernon. W ilU . I). I.andr\ . 




1970 School Records 



Two Mile 


James Kellv 


10:16.5 


Mile 


Roger Cummings 


4:41.2 


1000 Yard 


Kevin Smith 


2:26.4 


600 ^ ard 


Charles Bovle 


1:18.6 


40 ^ ard Hurdles 


Richard Campbell 


5.9 


40 Yard Dash 


Bruce Caynor 
Richard Puzas 


4.7 


Shot Put 


Robert Vk ebster 


50' 1" 


High Jump 


James LaFontaine 


5' 10 3/4" 







Scoreboard 










WW 


OPP 


^ eslwood 


\s Weston 


56 


30 


^ estwood 




s l,\ nnfield 


78 


8 


% eslwood 




s Bedford 


6.-) 


21 


W eslwood 




s \<lon-Boxboro 


61 


25 


V^ est wood 




s W avland 


62 


24 


\^ esiwood 




s l.itHoln-Sudbur\ 


54 


32 


\\ eslwood 




s \shland 


62 


24 




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Capture DCL Title 







The Westwood High Cross Country Team had its best season in 
years as it finished third in the Dual County League. Under the guiding 
hand of Coach Harvey Fischler and tri-captains Kevin Downey, Gary 
Fitzpatrick, and Kevin Smith, the team finished with a record of 6 
and 6. 

The team also put in good performances in the C. M. Invitational 
Meet where the JV finished fifth in Division Two, and in the State 
Divisional Meet, where the Varsity finished ninth in Division Four. 





Cross Counir): trout, lel'l lo right; lirown. l,andr\. ttuliuuii. 
Filzpatritk. co-captain: Downey, co-captain; Smith, co-captain; 
Cummings. Mollis, Clark, Allan. Rear: Coach Fischler, Delaplace, 
Hisginbottom, Reilly, Gallagher. Bogan, Kelly, Boyle, O'Connor, 
Bellanv. 









IVleel Scores 












Home 


Away 








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OPP. 


WW 


OPP 


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•stwood \s. 


Line. Sud. 


261/2 


28 '/2 


29 


28 


w 


■stv\oo(l \s. 


\\ ayland 


24 


35 


30 


26 


\v 


'stwood \s. 


Ashland 


48 


15 


46 


15 


\\ 


'stwood \s. 


Bedford 


21 


37 


20 


35 


VI 


'stwood xs. 


L>nnfield 


2.5 


31 


23 


36 


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■stwood vs. 


^ eston 


36 


21 


38 


19 



* Remember, low score wins in Cross Coiintr\ Track. 



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Girls' J.\. Basketball: kneeling, left to rif;ht: dlac). Ilatnilluii. co- 
caplain". First row: Skariiika. ,larxi>. Sleplu-iisoii. l.ozier. OAeil. Viiilrcws. 
Nitoll. Kear: Bt-rlo, \\ Milan. \Xa>>h\ille. Kushtoii. McGrail. JoNce. Tobin. 



Basketball 





Girls' Varsity Basketball: Kneeling, left to riphl: (,car\. Ilamillon. Buck- 
le). Standing: Mtiiiiar. l'il( lilord. l.olliru|i. Ucrficn. MiAainara. co-captain: 
^ eiser. co-caplaiii; C^ampencila. Hudson. W infjin. Miss Holies, coach. 

The girls' varsity basketball team had one of its 
most enthusiastic seasons under the leadership of 
their new coach. Miss Bolles. With the help of 
captains BJ Weiser, and Paula McNamara, high 
scorer, the team had a record of six wins and three 
losses. This qualified them for the State Tourna- 
ment. 

Outstanding seniors were Lois Campenella, Katie 
Vt iggin, Jayne Hudson. Kathy Bergen, and Nancy 
Lothrop. 

The Junior Varsity team was led by captains 
Betty Glacy and Sally Hamilton. Despite their 
record of one win and eight losses, they displayed 
great team effort and much promise for next 
winter. 



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326-6464 



J. H. FISK COMPANY - NORWOOD TIRE COMPANY 



55 Lenox Street 
Norwood, Massachusetts 



'Your Safety is our Business' 



CompUments of 



MICHAEL J. CONNOLLY & SONS, INC 



serving 



West - Walpole - Medfield 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1970 



DR. AND MRS. JAMES W.ANDERSON 



WESTWOOD 
HARDWARE & SUPPLY 

692 Higli Street 



WESTWOOD JEWELERS 

731 High Street 
Tel. 326-9825 



Compliments of 

WESTWOOD 
PHARMACYJNC. 

936 High Street 
Westwood 



BROOKMEADOW 
ASSOCIATES, INC. 

Real Estate 

Serving: Westwood, Dover, Norwood, 
Medfield & Walpole 

762-5660 



1663 High Street 



Westwood 



769-2112 



CARLTON RADIO & TV 



1663 High Street 
Westwood, Massachusetts 



Carl Topjian, Jr. 



Learn to Drive SAFELY - Standard & Automatic Shift Cars 



EDUCATORS AUTO SCHOOL, INC 



55 Higli Street 



Tel. 326-2119 



Westwood 



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F BLOCK 
MODERN PROBLEMS 

"The real modern Problem" 



"We've got that spirit" 



THE PEP CLUB 



Compliments of 



THE BOYS ROOM GANG 



^- 'Chris Kathy 
/ Jess CJP 

'"' Bish /""^ Pooh' 
/ Debbie 
/Katie 
/Barb M. 



/ 




Wood G|Block be G/ Block without Wood? 
Roger Cumi 
1 Scottie ' 
I Laurie 
I Paula 
\ Pam P. 
\ Sue L. 
\ Joe P 



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PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Bettencourt 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Bogue 

Judith A. Bolles 

Mr. and Mrs Morley Carter 

Priscilla J. Congdon 

George and Betty Connors 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel DeBoer 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Devlin 

Miss H. Joan Dillon 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eklund 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Flahive 

Dr. Robert L. Glass 

Mrs. Marion Healy 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Keegan 

Dorothy Ann Kelle 

Marguerite B. Knight 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Kodzis 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugo N. Lester 

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lindenmayer 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Manning 



Mr. and Mrs. John J. Markarian, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason 

Sport McDonald 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Nolan 

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Perry 

Richard J. Stack 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Karl Stuntzner, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Wentzell 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wong 

S. D. Wood 



DEVOE 
MOTORS, INC. 



17 Eastern Avenue 



Dedham 



3264040 



George De Voe, President 




BROCKLEMAN'S MARKET 

272 Washington Street 
Islington 



CompUments of 
NEEDHAM RUG SERVICE 

91 1 High Street 



Bish and Ju 

Chen Tung Kuan 

Englebert says "Thanks, Phil" 

Jannie 

Jenny 

Marie Henri Beyle 

Mary-Beth 

Mooch and Bergie 

Peace and Tranquillity 

Quasimodo 

Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman 

Sleepy, Dopey, Sneezy, Happy 

Sue and Tom 

Sunny 



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